Jul 12, 2007

LAHDRA Project meeting

This was just sent in.



Your readers may be interested in the upcoming Los Alamos Historical
Documents Retrieval and Assessment Project public meeting. It will discuss
their investigation of airborne plutonium releases in the 1940s and 1950s as
well as other things.

Their announcement is posted on the LAHDRA website at:

I have copied it below:

Public Meeting

Wednesday, July 18, 2007
Time: 5:00 - 7:00 PM (Mountain Time)
Location: Homewood Suites Hotel at the Buffalo Thunder Road Exit in Pojoaque
(15 miles north of Santa Fe on US 84/285), 18 Buffalo Trail, Santa Fe, New
Mexico 87506, Telephone (505) 455-9100
Hosts: Tom Widner, Project Director, Phil Green, CDC Project Officer,
Charles Miller, Ph.D., CDC Branch Chief

Agenda: Agenda items include a presentation from the National Center for
Environmental Health (NCEH) and its contractor regarding the status of
project work and a summary of recent activities, such as completion of
reviews of some key document collections, an investigation of airborne
plutonium releases in the 1940s and 1950s, a review of available information
concerning potential public impacts from the Trinity test, and release of an
updated interim project report.

Thanks, Kalliroi

Kalliroi Matsakis
Media Network Director
Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety
107 Cienega Street
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Tel (505) 986-1973
Fax (505) 986-0997

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