Every major industrial facility that comes into the state of Wyoming must first get a permit from the state before they commence construction. This is true of new power plants, new coal mines and other similar businesses.
For assistance obtaining the necessary permit or permits in the state of Wyoming and addressing all other industrial siting administration issues, contact Throne Law Office, P.C...
Industrial siting administration is something Wyoming takes seriously. It has to, simply because of the size of the state and its towns. In most locations, the arrival of a new project can completely disrupt the town. These projects often employ thousands of workers during construction, and a town of 5,000 will not have housing, sewer, water and other features necessary to accommodate the temporary change in population, not to mention the potentially hundreds of permanent workers who will be employed at the site.
Having an experienced lawyer to assist with interactions between the appropriate organizations can mean the difference between getting a project off the ground efficiently and having it stall before it even starts moving forward. Throne Law Office, P.C. can address issues related to prepaying city and state taxes, as well as all other needs that will come into play during the energy and industrial siting administration process.
Contact Throne Law Office, P.C.
To discuss industrial siting administration with an experienced attorney at Throne Law Office, P.C., call the firm at 307-672-5858 or send an e-mail to our Sheridan and Cheyenne law offices.