millsite

millsite

[′mil‚sīt]
(mining engineering)
A plot of ground suitable for the erection of a mill, or reduction works, to be used in connection with mining operations.
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The agency then said that when the new allocation policy took effect, the average composite millsite price of raw sugar increased to P1,359.
Tenders are invited for Const of Boundary wall Ht 1 83M around coat depot and floor millsite in sector 17 UE Jagadhari
Reports said Robert Gorteza, 28, and Anthony Salas, 30, were found dead by their fellow miners in a tunnel in Sitio (subvillage) Millsite in Gumatdang village at 1 p.
335) Likewise, rather than wait for legislation giving land managers more discretion to declare some areas unsuitable for mining, Solicitor Leshy issued an Opinion providing that patent applicants would henceforth be entitled to only one five-acre millsite per mining claim.
Only a small amount of tailings are present at any of these locations and we originally believed the whole site must have been either a millsite for trucked-in material, or just prospect holes with no major workings, but this was not the case.
The criticism arose from Burns' vote to oppose millsite limitation language in the fiscal 2000 budget.
It may take a lot longer to store and market, but we have the time and space, so it makes more sense to us," says Steve Gist of Millsite Management.
In 1992, the BLM issued rules governing and restricting the use and occupancy of unpatented mining and millsite claims.
Many towns and villages that were not brought into being by the platting of an anticipatory subdivision plan but grew up organically around a crossroads or millsite were not the subject of independent maps in this period.
Due to the increase of imported HFCS in the country enjoying zero duty, the millsite price of sugar has drastically declined," they said in filing House Resolution 1497.
11-12 at Millsite Park, with music from the Mountain Creek String Band and Umpqua Valley Bluegrass Band.