Here at Navajo council Resources & Development Committee’s Subcommi ttee on a Proposed agreement between the Navajo Nation and URI/Uranium Resources Inc. of Texas for URI to conduct a demonstration project involving In-Situ Uranium Mining near Church Rock, N.M. Before I go any further, please excuse all typos and grammar errors and misspelling because I’m typing as fast as I can from this meeting at the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock, Ariz. Subcommittee member are Chairperson Leonard Tsosie and Vice Chairperson Leonard Pete.
NAVAJO DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE ATTORNEY ROBERT TAYLOR
I understand that for URI to make a profit that URI wud have to go to conventional uranium mining besides insitu uranium mining near Church Rock.
URI CHRISTOPHER JONES
I wud like URI’s statement to withdraw its statement that since the water is also contaminated that it’s okay to have URI do its in-situ uranium mining.
NEXT MEETING IS MARCH 30, 10 AM, NAVAJO NATION MUSEUM OF THE NAVAJO COUNCIL’S RESOURCES & DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE’S SUBCOMMITTEE OF PROPOSED AGREEMENT BETWEEN URI AND NAVAJO NATION FOR DEMONSTRATION PROJECT OF ISL URANIUM MINING. iT IS NOW 4:15 PM