County, state and federal officials updated Walker-area residents about the Gold Paradise Peak mine during a gathering at Yavapai College Thursday night, April 18.

About 400 people attended the gathering to voice concerns about water pollution, traffic and Arizona metals being shipped off to China.

Yavapai County Supervisor Mary Mallory, who hosted the meeting, said they were blessed to gather like this and thanked the officials for coming.

Officials called Gold Paradise Peak, which is a Chinese-owned company, uncooperative and residents call them unresponsive. Nobody from Gold Paradise Peak appeared to be at the gathering.

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