Augusta Resource reports receipt of Air Quality Permit for Rosemont project Augusta Resource announced that it has received the Air Quality Permit for its Rosemont Copper project from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality. The Air Quality Permit stipulates the operating, monitoring and reporting parameters that Rosemont must comply with to meet all federal, state and local air quality requirements. Rosemont said it has now received seven major permits required to commence construction. Only one major permit is remaining, the Clean Water Act Section 404 Permit from the US Army Corp of Engineers, which the company expects to receive upon the issuance of the Record of Decision on the Plan of Operations from the U.S. Forest Service.
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Augusta Resource to defend shareholders' ability to vote on rights plan Augusta Resource notes the announcement by HudBay Minerals that it has applied to the British Columbia Securities Commission to seek to cease trade Augusta's shareholder rights plan. This is a deliberate attempt by HudBay to deny Augusta's shareholders of their ability to make one of the most critical decisions in respect of their investment in Augusta. Augusta will vigorously defend the ability of its shareholders to vote on its rights plan at any hearing that may be called.