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US: UTBB director testifies before Congress on Pebble process - The Bristol Bay Times

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UTBB director testifies before Congress on Pebble process - The Bristol Bay Times UTBB director testifies before Congress on Pebble process - The Bristol Bay Times

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Alannah Hurley testifies before the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure about the proposed Pebble Mine. - Photo provided

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UTBB director testifies before Congress on Pebble process

During the hearing in Washington, D.C., supporters and opponents of the proposed mine testified before the House Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment.

The proposed Pebble Mine was the subject on a congressional hearing Wednesday before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment.

Tom Collier, CEO of the Pebble Limited Partnership, defended the company's permit application and process. Opponents voiced concerns about the project, especially regarding shortcomings in the federal permitting process.

Alannah Hurley, the executive director of the United Tribes of Bristol Bay, spoke before the subcommittee. During her testimony, she pointed to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' failure to meet with tribes on a government-to-government basis

"We have extended countless invitations to the Corps to visit our communities, see and witness our way of life, and to engage in open dialogue about these issues that are most important to our people, yet the Corps continues to be unresponsive to these requests," she said.

When asked about tribal consultation, Hurley said the Army Corps had not included tribal perspectives in its draft environmental review in a meaningful way.

She also criticized the project's timeline, saying it was not realistic for residents of Bristol Bay.

David Hobbie, chief of Alaska District's Regulatory Division, said the Army Corps had met with various tribes in the region over 30 times.

"I think there has been scheduling conflicts at times," he said. "And I do know that we have -- when I say limited resources, we have and will continue to try to get to the villages when we can, but it is not cheap to get to the villages, as it is not cheap for them to get here either. So at times, I know resources may have a constraining role, I don't know if that's occurred yet, though."

Hobbie, who did not watch the congressional hearing, also said the Army Corps would continue to take tribal input into consideration.

The congressional hearing on Pebble comes about a month after Sen. Lisa Murkowski said the mine should not be permitted unless the Army Corps addresses shortcomings in the draft environmental review, and the Environmental Protection Agency's critiques of it, in the final impact statement.

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