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Sorenson, Allen ✓VI *, 4 ,e �! � A4 <br />rzvvtd L/X( a - C Z2 <br />From: Sorenson, Allen <br />Sent: Tuesday, November 24, 2009 4:15 PM <br />To: 'goldenIiberty' v <br />Cc: Waldron, Tony <br />Subject: FW: message from Ann Lemberg <br />Hi Anne, I am sending a response by email, so you'll have something in writing. If you are prospecting, as that term is <br />defined in the Colorado Mined Land Reclamation Act, and the total affected land is less than 1600 square feet, you do <br />not have to file a new prospecting notice or modify your existing prospecting notice. If you are mining, there is no 1600 <br />square foot exemption, and you must obtain a mined land reclamation permit. Please review the definitions of <br />prospecting, affected land, and mining operation in the Act. Here's the link: <br />http : / / /rulesregs /(2008) %2034 32.pdf <br />From: Papamihail, Eleni <br />Sent: Tuesday, November 24, 2009 3:35 PM <br />To: Sorenson, Allen <br />Subject: message from Ann Lemberg <br />Hello Allen: <br />I do not know if you have communicated with Ann Lemberg already. <br />She said that she needs to know if she has to upgrade her permit on account that she plans to remove 4500 tons of mine <br />dump that will enable her to reclaim themine and whether she should be concerned or not, since the disturbance is less <br />than 1600 sq. ft. <br />✓`Yfa&d §WU <br />1%esu <br />1 <br />