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Resource Protection Division Director Kathryn Roberts and NMED Secretary Ryan Flynn discuss the newly released draft Consent Order with the Northern New Mexico Citizens’ Advisory Board Wednesday in Albuquerque. Photo by Roger Snodgrass/ladailypost.com
The NNMCAB meets Wednesday in Ballroom A of the Sandia Casino and Resort in Albuquerque. Photo by Roger Snodgrass/ladailypost.com
Albuquerque – The New Mexico Environment Department released a draft revision to the current Consent Order between the state and the Department of Energy
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SANTA FE – Today the New Mexico Environment Department released the Draft Consent Order for public review and comment.
The Draft Consent Order, an agreement between the New Mexico Environment Department and the U.S. Department of Energy, guides and governs the cleanup of legacy waste at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
“We are pleased to open the Draft Consent Order to public review and comment as we continue our dialogue with stakeholder groups
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The Los Alamos Fire Department will be closing a portion of the Canyon Rim Trail near Fire Station #6 in order for crews to complete fuels reduction (tree thinning) activities on the following three weekends, weather permitting:
- April 2, 3;
- April 16, 17; and
- April 30 and May 1.
Activities will extend approximately ¼ mile along the west end of the trail. LAFD is coordinating signage and trail closure with Open Space & Trails Specialist Eric Peterson. The trail will remain open on the east end (at the trailhead, across from Entrada Business Park.)
Trail users are asked to use caution
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