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Rosemont Copper Company
5255 East Williams Circle, Suite W1065
Rosemont is a subsidiary of Vancouver, B.C. Augusta Resource Corporation and Augusta's only significant asset. Rosemont is seeking state and federal permits to construct a mile-wide, half-mile deep copper mine on the northeastern flank of the Santa Rita M
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Augusta again urges shareholders to reject HudBay bid claiming it is on the â€œcuspâ€� of receiving final permit | Rosemont Mine Truth
Augusta's April 7 proxy, formally known as the Management Information Circular (MIC), is the fourth consecutive regulatory filing the Company has made without disclosing a Feb. 28 Army Corps letter sent to Rosemont president Rodney Pace.
Kimberly Colloton, Army Corps District ...
Kimberly Colloton, Army Corps District Engineer, stated in the letter to Rosemont President and CEO Rodney Pace.
In letters last August to ...
In letters last August to Rosemont CEO Rod Pace and to Pavolka, the Forest Service wrote that to avoid having to pay interest, having the debt reported to credit bureaus or having a collection agency called, the company or Pavolka must within 30 days pay the debt in full, agree to a payment plan or document that they are in a bankruptcy proceeding that would place the debt on hold, the newspaper reports.
The Forest Service's August 2013 letters to Rosemont CEO Rod Pace and Pavolka said that Pavolka and the owners of Rosemont Ranch are "jointly and severally liable for the full amount of this debt," because the government doesn't attempt to allocate each party's share, the Daily Star reported.
Rosemont President & CEO ...
Rosemont President & CEO Rod Pace said the company disagrees with the Corps statements about the lack of restoration lands in its proposal, according to an Arizona Daily StarMarch 22 story.
(Tucson, Ariz) - Rosemont Copper CEO Rod Pace is now admitting the company did not disclose a corporate bankruptcy of two of its key officials to Arizona authorities.
Pace acknowledged that Rosemont's parent company, Vancouver-based Augusta Resource Corporation, reported to Canadian regulators that two of its top officers had been involved in a corporate bankruptcy.
He claimed, however, that Rosemont is not required to make those disclosures in Arizona.
"Rosemont initially denied there was a problem, but in subsequent public statements Mr. Pace
said that the "matter" had been disclosed in Canada," said Rabago.
"Apparently, Mr. Pace
believes that it is okay for Rosemont to tell the truth in Canada but not share that information with Arizona regulatory authorities as required by law."
The complaint alleges Rosemont repeatedly submitted false disclosure statements to the ACC
that did not disclose the bankruptcy of a major Vancouver company involving two of Rosemont's top officers.
The false statements began with Rosemont's initial incorporation documents and continued for the last seven years.
The ACC complaint follows earlier complaints filed by SSSR last December requesting that U.S. and Canadian securities regulators investigate alleged violations of securities laws in both countries.
dismissed that complaint at the time as "mudslinging".