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Tentative purchase agreement between SB and Northshore Mining

January 3, 2014 in Uncategorized

Ken Vogel
chronicle@lcnewschronicle.com

The City of Silver Bay has reached a tentative purchase agreement with Cliffs Northshore Mining to buy the property upon which the city shop was built. The property houses the city’s maintenance garage an…continue reading on twoharborsmn.com

Tentative purchase agreement between SB and Northshore Mining

January 3, 2014 in Uncategorized

Ken Vogel
chronicle@lcnewschronicle.com

The City of Silver Bay has reached a tentative purchase agreement with Cliffs Northshore Mining to buy the property upon which the city shop was built. The property houses the city’s maintenance garage an…continue reading on twoharborsmn.com

Northshore Mining makes contributions to Silver Bay and Beaver Bay projects

March 8, 2012 in Lake County News-Chronicle

As part of an effort to make good on recent air quality violations, Northshore Mining has donated $20,000 to the cities of Silver Bay and Beaver Bay. Continue Reading

Northshore Mining to pay $240,175 in fines for air quality violations

February 16, 2012 in Lake County News-Chronicle

Northshore Mining Co. has agreed to pay a $240,175 penalty to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency for air quality violations that the MPCA says occurred at the company’s taconite processing plant in Silver Bay.
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Guest Commentary: Much remains on tailings study

September 23, 2010 in Lake County News-Chronicle

On the surface, the use of taconite tailings for highway and construction projects appears to be a straightforward application. Beneath the surface, the application is not that simple. Continue Reading

Northshore fined

September 16, 2010 in Lake County News-Chronicle

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and Northshore Mining have reached an agreement that resolves the company’s alleged violations of state air quality rules. Northshore will pay an $11,750 civil penalty and complete required corrective actions. Continue Reading