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As the “Copper Corridor” continues to see growth in their communities, it is essential that planning is made to support the progress. This planning includes infrastructure, housing, industry, and small business development within our rural communities.

“The demand for copper will continue to be on the rise in the current and distant future,” said Evelyn Vargas, economic development director for the Town of Miami. “As long as our world is dependent on the precious metal for electricity, cell phones, LAN lines, satellites, computers,

electric and gas vehicles – pretty much all technology – copper will continue to be mined, and the need for more infrastructure, homes and business development will continue to rise.”

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