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Coors asks for filing extension from SEC: brewer wants settlement included in annual report.

Adolph Coors Co. said it asked the Securities and Exchange Commission for an extension of the due date for its annual report and 10K.

The diversified brewery company said it expects to reach a settlement soon with the city and county of Denver in a lawsuit involving the Lowry Ladfill Superfund site.

The company said it wants to include the settlement in its annual report.

Coors said it doesn't expect the settlement will require significant changes to the $30 million reserve it took in 1990 to cover its part of the remediation costs of the waste dump.
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Title Annotation:Adolph Coors Co.
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Apr 5, 1993
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