Relaciones con la comunidad
Surface rights for much of the property area of the Bob1 zone is controlled by the rural community of Misanapata. Effective January 17, 2012, the Company entered into an agreement with the local landowners from the community for access to their territories. The agreement allowed the Company to build access roads, a camp and conduct exploration on the property.
The Company realizes that maintaining its stature as a proper corporate citizen is more than executing simple agreements. The Company is staffed by individuals dedicated to all aspects of community relations. Cuervo, through the voices and actions of its professional personal at Minera Cuervo S.A.C., work continuously with the people of Misanapata to discuss issues and assist them with matters of concern. Numerous members of the community have been, or continue to be, employed by the Company and its contractors in a variety of tasks including field exploration, drill-platform preparation, camp construction, logistics, day-to-day camp activities and environmental remediation.
Since August of 2011, Cuervo has focused on completing agreements with the surrounding local campesino communities to allow access to their surficial land holdings.