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Bunker Hill misses property payment

Zinc-focused project developer Bunker Hill Mining (CSE:BNKR) is working feverishly to secure the US$400,000 it needs to make outstanding property payments under its lease-with-the-option-to-buy agreement.
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Bunker Hill Mining is in danger of losing its option on the historic mine site of the same name, in Idaho

Staff Reporter

The Toronto-headquartered company had defaulted under the agreement with Placer Mining, which was the lessor of the Bunker Hill mine, in Idaho. Quarterly lease payments of $100,000 per month were due at the end of September and on October 1.

The company now has 15 days to remedy the situation, by making the default payments.

The Bunker Hill mine was the largest producing mine in the Coeur D'Alene zinc, lead and silver mining district of northern Idaho. The company obtained the option on the property in November 2016, in hope of taking advantage of rising zinc prices through a restart of the operation.