Meeting Summaries2019-01-28T03:59:50+00:00

Read meeting summaries for the Superior Community Working Group (CWG) and subcommittees here. All meeting summaries are organized in chronological order (most recent first) below. Or use the links to browse by Meeting Category.

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Feb 142019

Meeting #75 February 13, 2019

Mitchell Basefsky of the Central Arizona Project briefed the CWG on Arizona's recently-adopted Drought Contingency Plan. Download PDF Summary

Jan 242019

Meeting #74 January 23, 2019

This meeting was a group field trip to visit Skunk Camp, one of the alternative tailings sites identified by the Forest Service in the Resolution Copper Project EIS. Download PDF Summary

Dec 122018

Meeting #73 December 12, 2018

Resolution Copper’s Vicky Peacey explained the tailings site alternatives that are being studied in the Environmental Impact Statement for the project. Download PDF Summary

Nov 142018

Recreation User Group November 14, 2018

The RUG received a briefing from Tonto National Forest minerals staff about proposed exploration activities in the vicinity of the trail plan. Download PDF Summary

Nov 142018

Meeting #72 November 14, 2018

The Mayor of the Town of Superior briefed the CWG on municipal improvement and economic development initiatives for the future of the community. Download PDF Summary

Oct 102018

Meeting #71 October 10, 2018

The CWG learned about BHP’s Superior Soil Sampling Study, and about air quality controls for demolition of Resolution’s West Plant site. Download PDF Summary

Sep 142018

Meeting #70 September 12, 2018

The CWG learned about drought in Arizona from Mike Crimmins of University of Arizona, and made its recommendations for Community Heritage projects. Download PDF Summary

Aug 102018

August 8, 2018 Meeting #69

The CWG used public input from the past three months to develop cultural heritage concepts that the community can review and evaluate.

Aug 22018

Recreation User Group July 25, 2018

The RUG approved a comprehensive trail plan (first phase) to be submitted to the Tonto National Forest for environmental review. This plan was completed as a collaborative effort of all major recreational stakeholders. It is shown on the attached maps.

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