TORONTO, May 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Cerro Grande Mining Corporation (the "Company" or "CEG") (TSX: CEG) (OTCQX: CEGMF), reported today that all paper work relating to permitting the camp and plant buildings was filed with the Municipality on Tuesday, May 27th, 2014 including a missing certificate related to the structural calculations used in the construction of the camp and plant buildings at the Pimenton mine.
The Company has been informed by the mayor of San Esteban, the Municipality in which the Pimenton mine is located, that before giving his final sign off for reopening the Pimenton mine, he is required to have the Chief Municipal Building inspector visit the mine. The Company is waiting for the inspector's visit.
The Company is highly disappointed, but at this point can do nothing but wait for the inspector's decision as to when he will visit the Pimenton mine.
Cerro Grande Mining Corporation is a minerals producing, exploration and development company with properties and activities currently focused in Chile.
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SOURCE Cerro Grande Mining Corporation