I love these news releases. They never tell you who they did the business with. The price for the property is probably pretty good other then the clean up price of about $35,000 a acre, which seems, on the surface, rather high? I though WEF had done most of the clean up when they sold the pulp mill equipment. Anyway, another problem for the company has been dealt with. I wonder what is going to happen on that site now?
It will be nice when the WEF share distribution is completed. I wonder how many more shares are left to distribute from the bought deal that happened a while ago? Q4 results should be good imho.