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Friday, May 31, 2013

Developers pitch ideas for 78 acres of Livermore Valley Open Campus

http://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/blog/2013/05/developers-pitch-ideas-for-livermore.html

So sad...no vision..perhaps you should get new leadership

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

all 600+ acres from llnl should go into the lvoc. only then it would be a better use of taxpayer dollars

Anonymous said...

If I were a developer I'd be looking into the records tri valley cares have kept on all the radioactive releases and what materials were found far away before I spent any money building anything where you thought your buildings and people wouldn't get contaminate. Look for releases around 2003 or do a goggle search for LLNL radioactive releases. There are two URL and you can even get the reports.

Anonymous said...

If I were a developer I'd be looking into the records tri valley cares have kept on all the radioactive releases and what materials were found far away before I spent any money building anything where you thought your buildings and people wouldn't get contaminate. Look for releases around 2003 or do a goggle search for LLNL radioactive releases. There are two URL and you can even get the reports.

Anonymous said...

do a goggle search for LLNL radioactive releases.

June 1, 2013 at 9:00 AM

Why? Are the records underwater?

Anonymous said...

Who knows but this is a great one and my bet is a lot more has been released they haven't told you about with more to come

http://www.radioactivist.org/LLNL%20final%20report.pdf

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