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From: "PolyMet Mining" <info@polymetmining.

com> Date: November 21, 2013 at 3:37:37 PM CST To: Subject: KARE-11 TV airs two-part series on PolyMet

Two-part KARE 11 TV news story features PolyMet project

We want to share with you the first of a two-part series on the PolyMet Mining project by veteran KARE-11 TV reporter Trisha Volpe. The story ran last night on the 10 oclock newscast. View the video now. In the lengthy, nearly 8-minute story, Ms. Volpe did an excellent job portraying the project and the issues, and included comments from both supporters and opponents as well as ample video of the proposed mine and processing facilities. Unfortunately, based on questions Ms. Volpe asked in interviews with us and others and on the promotional teasers the television station is running for tonights story (also scheduled for 10 p.m.), we worry that the series may lose its balance and fairness. By all indications, tonights story will attempt to raise doubts about PolyMets stewardship of the environment by drawing links, through our largest shareholder, to events that are unrelated and irrelevant to our project.



We take pride in being an investor-owned company with a diversity of shareholders both large and small all of whom have a stake in this project being built in an environmentally responsive manner. We also take strength in knowing these precious investment dollars are almost entirely spent in Minnesota to the benefit of Minnesotans. The stock of publicly held companies such as PolyMet Mining is traded on the open market; companies have no control over who buys shares or the volume purchased. Shareholders and the boards they elect do not control or manage the day-to-day operations of companies. They leave this responsibility to the CEOs and presidents and their management teams. The PolyMet team is working hard to permit and develop Minnesotas great copper-nickel resources and were making great progress. Its our shareholders and their confidence in us that continues to make this possible.


PolyMet (NYSE MKT: PLM; TSX: POM) is a publicly traded mine development company w ith operational headquarters located near the mine in Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota, and executive of f ices in St. Paul, Minnesota. This new sletter contains f orw ard-looking statements concerning anticipated developments in PolyMets operations in the f uture, w hich are based on the belief s, expectations and opinions of management on the date the statements are made. PolyMet Mining | PO Box 475, County Road 666 | Hoyt Lakes, MN 55750 Subscribe



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