Uranium mill permit survives court test

A judge today rejected an environmental organization’s lawsuit aimed at preventing construction of a uranium mill near Naturita.

Montrose County District Judge James Schum found that Montrose County was within its rights last year to issue a special-use permit to Energy Fuels Resources Corp. to build the uranium mill.

The ruling comes on the heels of a decision by state regulators allowing Energy Fuels to proceed with construction of the mill, which is to process 500 tons per day of ore for nuclear fuels industry.

Read the full story in the Saturday edition of the Daily Sentinel.


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