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originally posted by: AlphaHawk
reply to post by Helious
You don't get it?
To be a conservation site, Bundy's cattle have to go. And it's not just his cattle, motocross riders, 4wders, anyone or thing that could do damage to that area.
I mean really, if they wanted to build a solar plant there, would a few hundred cattle REALLY be a problem??
As for Reid, yeah he's probably up to his head in this, only so the plant at Dry Lake can go ahead.
He submitted an act that subsequently got passed called The Gold Butte National Conservation Area Act
Why on earth would he go to the effort of getting that act passed, only to bulldoze th ever same area later??
Neil Kornze’s father, Larry D. Kornze, was the General Manager of Exploration and U.S. Exploration Manager for Barrick Gold Corporation from 1987 to 2001.
Larry Kornze “directed minesite exploration activities for the Goldstrike Mine, with discoveries at the Betze, Meikle, Deepstar, Screamer, and Rodeo deposits. He managed the Betze/Deep Post reserve development drilling and reserve estimation, along with mine dewatering, ore control guidance, ore body metallurgical studies” and “was Chief Geologist — Operations and New Projects at Barrick Mercur Gold Mines, Inc. from 1985 — 1986.”
“Prior to working for Barrick, Mr. Kornze was Chief Geologist for Newmont Mines Ltd., Similkameen Division, B.C., and Newmont Mining Corporation (NYSE: NEM) of Canada from 1968 to 1981.”
It seems that Larry D. Kornze also serves/has served on the Board of Directors and Advisory Boards of multiple mining companies, including:
Candente Resource Corp.
Gold Summit Corporation
Goldex Resources Corporation
Mexivada Mining Corp.
Dynasty Gold Corp.
Anaconda Gold Corp.
Duncan Park Holdings Corporation
Northland Resources Inc.
X-Cal Resources Ltd. Mesa Exploration