TORONTO, Sept. 20, 2011 /CNW Telbec/ - ROMARCO MINERALS INC. (TSX: R) (the "Company") is pleased to announce that following the selection of
the third party contractor by the US Army Corps of Engineers ("USACE")
(see news release dated September 14, 2011), the dates for the first
three milestones of the Environmental Impact Statement ("EIS") have
been selected by the USACE for the Company's Haile Gold Mine project in
South Carolina. The first three milestones and dates are as follows:
Prior to September 27, 2011 - USACE intends to file the Notice of Intent
to Prepare an EIS in the Federal Register.
October 27, 2011 - USACE has scheduled the Scoping and Public Hearing
meeting in Kershaw, South Carolina.
November 27, 2011 - The close of the public comment period following the
Scoping and Public Hearing.
The Company routinely meets with the USACE to facilitate timely
communications and maintain a tight schedule for completing the EIS. A
significant early milestone in the EIS process is the Scoping and
Diane Garrett, President and CEO, commented: "Selecting the third party
contractor and setting the date for the Scoping and Public Hearing are
important steps in completing the EIS in a timely manner. Once again,
the Corps and all involved parties have demonstrated their commitment
to maintain a tight schedule for completing the EIS."
About Romarco Minerals Inc.
Romarco Minerals Inc. is a gold development company focused on
production primarily in the US. The Company has completed a positive
Feasibility study and is continuing exploration and permitting for its
flagship project, the Haile Gold Mine in South Carolina.
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