Sunrise folks, if you want to join our community, you should introduce yourself.
Are you the Sunrise Coal that had a fatality at its Jefferson County mine in Alabama in 2005? (Maybe not.)
Are you the Sunrise Coal that had to close its Howesville, Indiana mine due to safety issues one year after opening in 2005?
Are you the Sunrise Coal that had the most reportable accidents and ailments of any Indiana coal mine at your Carlisle mine in 2010?
Are you the Sunrise Coal that is the subject of SEC filings related to your financial obligations to Hallador Petroleum (or Energy)? What is Hallador and what is its environmental and safety record, its willingness to buy and sell properties, to open and close facilities?
You are the Sunrise Coal whose Suzanne Jaworoski, Director of Communications [sic] e-mailed Homer Mayor David Lucas on April 13, 2012 at 6:03am to say, "Did you or Rob speak to this reporter? If you receive any inquiry from the press please direct them to me. It's important the [sic] we do not discuss any aspect of the project in public before our permit is secure. I'm sure you understooand the challenges it [sic] can bring up." So we can say for sure, you aren't keen on public participation in mineral extraction decisions. And that you think David Lucas is your servant.
We are curious.