Polaris Anticipates Closing the Sale of the Long Beach Property in November
VANCOUVER, Oct. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - Polaris Minerals Corporation (TSX: PLS) advises that its joint venture subsidiary, Cemera Long Beach LLC, and the purchaser of the Pier B freehold land, Baker Cold Storage, Inc., have scheduled to complete the sale at the end of November, 2012. In recognition of the extended time that has been required, the purchaser has released non-refundable payments of $275,000. The timing is dictated by a requirement to have a revised Surface Use Agreement, in favour of the buyer, approved by the Long Beach City Council.
Herb Wilson, President and CEO, commented: "The purchaser has worked diligently throughout this complicated transaction and we are pleased to have received excellent service from the responsible state regulatory agency. We now look forward to concluding this matter as envisioned and focusing our energies on our core business as the US construction industry enters a recovery cycle".
Polaris Minerals Corporation is exclusively focused on the development of quarries and the production of construction aggregates in British Columbia for marine transport to urban markets on the Pacific coasts of North America to meet growing local supply deficits. In 2007, Polaris began shipping sand and gravel from the Orca Quarry to San Francisco Bay, Vancouver and Hawaii.
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