Liberty Star" or the "Company")(LBSR: OTCQB) is pleased to announce the submission of the Class III Archeological Report (the "Report") to the Arizona State Land Department ("ASLD").
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ASLD stands for Arizona State Land Department
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Wate Mining Company LLC has submitted the application to obtain a Mineral Lease on the Wate project to the Arizona State Land Department (ASLD).
166) Following the Arizona Supreme Court's decision vacating the Commissioner's decision, the Arizona State Land Department (State Land Department) ruled that environmental groups can hold grazing leases and that "the Trust must consider a restorative use of the land when proposed by a high bidder.
Two land applications for Solar Tower development are filed with the Arizona State Land Department.
According to Arizona State Land Department regulations an additional archeology study will be required before work can begin.
By letter from the Arizona State Land Department dated January 6, 2010 that extension has now been granted.
This is the first Unit Agreement of its kind in the State of Arizona and has reached its conclusion through many hours of discussion and collaboration between Ridgeway, its lawyers and consultants and members of the Arizona State Land Department.
Approximately a third of the project is on the private Rocking Chair Ranch, with a third each on Arizona State Land Department and Bureau of Land Management public lands.