Burrell Western reverses earlier disapproval of garnet mine tax breaks

By James Sean Dickson
Published: Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Burrell Western will now be able to develop its facility as originally stated, after the local county commission board approved its plan for a garnet processing plant in New Mexico. Further rejection could have seen the facility moved to Texas.

A proposed 100,000 tpa garnet processing facility, which was rebuffed for development last week at a county commissionership meeting in New Mexico, US, has now been approved.

The addition of commission member Ronny Rardin, who was absent at the last meeting of three, meant that proposed taxable industrial revenue bonds can...

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