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Business in Brief: Thein joins the Prescott east office of Coldwell Banker

Katrina Thein

Katrina Thein

Thein joins the Prescott east office of Coldwell Banker

Katrina Thein has associated with the Prescott east office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage as an affiliate agent. She comes to the office with 10 years of real estate experience.

“As a licensed general contractor, I am knowledgeable in new home construction and am excited to use all my knowledge to help my clients,” Thein said. “I am excited to be affiliated with Coldwell Banker because it has such a great reputation in our local and global communities.”

Prior to Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, she worked for Dorn Homes as a construction coordinator for the past seven years. She also studied marketing at Northern Arizona University.

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Arizona operates 26 offices with approximately 1,550 independent agents throughout Arizona.

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is part of NRT LLC, the nation’s largest residential real estate brokerage company. For more information, visit ColdwellBankerHomes.com.

Information and photo provided by Coldwell Banker.

Water permit issued for proposed southern Arizona mine

TUCSON (AP) — The government has approved a key water permit for a mine in southern Arizona that environmentalists have been fighting against for years.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued the permit for the Rosemont Copper Mine on Friday, March 8.

Hudbay Minerals Inc., the company that plans on building the mine, said it has developed a mitigation plan that includes building a pipeline to bring water to the Sahuarita area and establishing an endowment fund to support conservation, cultural and recreational projects in southern Arizona.

It says it will eventually create 500 jobs at the mine after spending $1.9 billion on construction.

David Steele, spokesman for Save the Scenic Santa Ritas, said the mine will “obliterate desert washes and streams” that eventually ends up in groundwater supplies used by the Tucson area.

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