Bob Seitz is our friend. Seitz, an executive consultant affiliated with Gogebic Taconite, has been a true spokesperson for GTac's executives. Indeed, this dual role as an executive and a lobbyist must test the resolve of the very best. This is a position requiring: poise, presence, a firm grasp of the issues, a quick wit, and charm all at the same time. Bob, BS, as he is affectionately known in the Face Book world, is the man for this job. Our fear is that his hard work and talented public skills will be rewarded as he most certainly will be tapped for more challenging and important positions. His extensive background in government and his inside look at the behind the closed doors hanky-panky make him a valuable asset. His experience has taken him to the extremes of political world - his experience goes from bullets to bunnies and gays to guns.
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05.2.14 Seitz Comments to Maclver cohorts re: Tribes and EPA (Seitz, is this wanker’s treaty expert?)
RE: Asbsetos "Gogebic Taconite almost certainly will be able to engineer solutions to any problem — possibly simply using water to keep dust down — just like mine companies have done in other states," Seitz said. 11.03.13
Bob Seitz, speaking for Gogebic Taconite, said the company supported the bill because it would protect the public from injury from explosives used in taking samples from the rock and because it would protect company employees from potential confrontations with environmental protesters 08.11.13
05.28.13 April 23, 2013 - Iron County Board members ask GTac staff questions forwarded by their constituents. GTac has no real answers, and Iron County Board members don’t push for any. Video
Mine opponents: 'This fight is just getting started' 03.07.13