Vancouver, B.C. - Tower Resources Ltd., (TSX.V: TWR) has received a Multi-Year Area Based (MYAB) Notice of Work permit from the B.C. government authorizing a multi-disciplinary five year exploration program at its JD Project.
Under this new Notice of Work permit Tower has permission over five years to complete 30,000 metres of drilling from 100 pad locations covering the majority of known target areas. Historically the property benefited from an access road providing the opportunity to drill from skid-mounted set ups, thus eliminating the high-cost of helicopter support. This road has since been deactivated. Tower now has permission to complete 34 kilometers of road upgrade, bridge installation, an additional 24 kilometers of new road construction and trail construction for skid mounted drilling. Camp installation and 500 metres of trenching is also permitted. This new permit sets a good framework for advanced project development and exploration to be completed over a five year time frame.
Tower's 100% controlled JD epithermal gold and silver property is located in the significant Toodoggone gold district of north central British Columbia. The JD Property is comprised of over 15,000 hectares located 200 kilometres east of Dease Lake, BC and approximately 50 kilometres north of Aurico Gold Inc.'s past producing Kemess South Mine.
Tower Resources Ltd.
Mark Vanry - Director, CEO & President
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