Friday, June 30, 2006

LANL program gets help from Senate committee

By ANDY LENDERMAN | The New Mexican
June 30, 2006

A new chemistry building and environmental cleanup programs at Los Alamos National Laboratory got big boosts Thursday from the Senate Appropriations Committee.

U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici, R-N.M., included in a bill $112.4 million for the lab's new Chemistry and Metallurgy Research Facility, "a state-of-the-art nuclear laboratory" that Domenici has called the largest building project ever undertaken by the Department of Energy.


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Large-scale pit production at LANL seems to be on the near horizon.

So does ANYONE believe St. Just-Get-Over-It Pete when he claims he never heard of the Post Office/DOE plan to help build a science research building (among other things, to replace some of T-Division's "luxurious" Ivory Trailers)? Can Domenici REALLY be that senile? Can his staff REALLY not have told him about the two-year-old plan? But I guess the Pit Factory is a different Beast...yeah, right...
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