FIRST LIBERTY POWER CORPORATION UPDATE
May 30, 2017
During the past two years, First Liberty Power Corporation’s Board and Management have worked to bring about meaningful change to the Company, both internally and externally. Specifically, critical changes have been judiciously planned and strategically executed, leading to a long-awaited “light at the end of the FLPC adit.”
FLPC management has faced a number of difficulties in their ability to publicly issue communiques on these changes due to (appropriate) regulatory restrictions caused by unavoidable delinquencies in Company filings.
The positive news is that the management has recently filed an 8-K and appointed a new auditor who is actively working to make all filings current. Over the succeeding weeks and months as these filings and additional 8-Ks are completed, FLPC Management will accordingly have the ability to issue full updates on the Company’s progress.
In the meantime, what can be disclosed is that the Company’s most important areas of advancement have been maintenance of project mining permits and ongoing resolution of prior permit/environmental related issues. While the majority of this information is already public domain, this summer FLPC Management anticipates releasing in-depth reports on Company progress and the remaining requirements in this matter.
FLPC Management would like to acknowledge the Nevada regulatory agencies involved in all filing and permit issues including NDEP, BLM and MSHW, for their professionalism in providing the necessary guidance to help the Company work towards full compliance.
The Company also recognizes support received from their shareholders and partners in striving to advance First Liberty Power’s “Made in America” vision to become the sole antimony miner and refiner of this essential strategic mineral in the United States.
FLPC Management will continue to post updates to this website when appropriate and as progress continues.
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