From: Pete Webb [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2007 11:55 AM
To: 'Jim Woodward'
Cc: 'Kristy Bassuener'; email@example.com
Subject: RE: Powertech Exposed Web Site
Thank you for clarifying your position on fairness and accuracy. We know
now not to expect that you'll ever provide any sort of balanced or accurate
information on your website. It may be that I'm wasting my time here in
presenting clearer information.
You shouldn't be at all confused by my objections to the photo of the
open-pit mine on your site. It is a gross misrepresentation of the facts,
totally inaccurate, and bears no resemblance to the proposed uranium
recovery of the mineral rights Powertech holds in Weld county.
Powertech has been very clear that it is focused on the ISR (in-site
recovery) process for its properties, and ISR is very much a factor on the
southern portion of the 5,760 acre site as well. At least half of the
southern range has the potential for ISR operations.
Until final exploration and minerals development scoping is complete,
Powertech will not be able to accurately define the total scale of the
recovery operation. To insist on photographs of an operation that doesn't
currently exist is ludicrous - just as ludicrous as to believe that a
half-mile deep ore pit is going to be placed in your community.
Agency of Record for Powertech Uranium