Dumbo Mines is a new mine development site that will be located in the eastern suburbs of Phoenix.
The Dombers will be built to support the development of a mine that will also mine gold and other precious metals.
The site was first announced in March 2017, and construction is expected to begin in early 2018.
The mine’s location in the Phoenix area means that the Domberers will be close to schools and recreation centers, which could be important for the area.
The mining company is also planning to build a “surgical mine” for medical research, which will be a new area for medical and research purposes.
Dumbo Mining CEO and president Dan Domberer said that the mine is expected be profitable, with an initial investment of $5 million.
The company will also invest $2 million in “research and development” to improve the site’s environmental management, according to the Phoenix New Times.
Domberr is a former vice president of mining at a mine in Idaho that he owned.
He was convicted in 2009 of conspiracy to commit fraud and wire fraud.
He served time in prison and was released in 2015.
The Phoenix New Star reported that Domberman is a lifelong Democrat, and that he was also a founding member of the Arizona Democratic Party.
The Arizona Republic reported that his son is the chair of the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce.
The development is slated to start construction in 2019.
“Dumbo Mines’ development and operation will provide the critical infrastructure needed to provide safe and effective mining for the state of Arizona, while also benefiting local and state economies,” Dombering said in a statement.
“We are confident the Dumbo mine will be well-maintained and operate safely.”
The Dondas are scheduled to receive $15 million from the Arizona Department of Economic Development.