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crack password plc và hmi The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources sent a notice of termination on Thursday to ERP Iron Ore, Clarke’s company trying to revive the bankrupt Magnetation operations in Grand Rapids, after the company fell $34,200 behind in payments for five mineral leases near the Plant 4 site, according to Barb Naramore, an assistant commissioner with the DNR.
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download internet cyclone full version with crack In May, four companies filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition against ERP as unpaid debts — including $4.4 million for electricity and service to Minnesota Power — built up. Shortly after, company officials said they paid back most creditors but Minnesota Power spokesperson Amy Rutledge said Monday that ERP still owed them “in excess of $4 million.” "ERP remains on the verge of bankruptcy ... owing monies related to services provided at the Magnetation site and we continue to work with them to resolve the matter," Rutledge said in an email to the News Tribune Monday.
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