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Los Alamos Labs: Call for Resolution
January 27 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Los Alamos National Lab (LANL) operates with continued negligence, delinquency, and a singular focus on profits that make it the wealthiest community per capita in the US. Its despoiling environmental legacy threatens all who live downstream and downwind, including Taos, 32 miles real distance downwind. (Recall how swiftly smoke from the forest fires threatening LANL reached Taos.)
The City of Santa Fe recently passed a Resolution that demands increased funding and action on clean-up for LANL’s legacy unlined nuclear waste dump, better safety training to prevent the lab’s recurring near-catastrophic criticality accidents, and a pause in nuclear bomb production until egregious safety issues are resolved. Should Taos follow Santa Fe’s example?
Join us in a background briefing by local activists and a call to action to pass such a Resolution in Taos Town and Taos County.
Guest speakers: Jeanne Green and Marilyn Hoff
Maximum 25 participants
Please RSVP Susann at 575.758.4035 to reserve your place
Nuclear Watch of New Mexico
903 W. Alameda, #325
Santa Fe, NM 87501
phone and fax 505.989.7342
Directors Jay Coghlan and Scott Kovac
Our Mission: Through comprehensive research, public education and effective citizen action, Nuclear Watch New Mexico seeks to promote safety and environmental protection at regional nuclear facilities, mission diversification away from nuclear weapons programs, greater accountability and cleanup in the nation-wide nuclear weapons complex, and consistent U.S. leadership toward a world free of nuclear weapons.
Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety (CCNS)
P.O. Box 31147 Santa Fe, New Mexico 87594
Phone: (505) 986-1973 Fax: (505) 986-0997
Director Joni Arends
Our mission is to protect all living beings and the environment from the effects of radioactive and other hazardous materials now and in the future.
Regional Coalition of LANL Communities
(505) 490-6155, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Regional Coalition is comprised of nine cities, towns, counties and pueblos surrounding Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). Founded in 2011, the Regional Coalition works in partnership to ensure national decisions incorporate local needs and concerns. Our collective voice advocates on behalf of the best possible outcomes due to LANL’s activities, particularly those in regional economic development and LANL site employment, environmental remediation, increased educational opportunities and adequate funding for LANL.
Chair Mayor Javier Gonzales, City Santa Fe,, 505-955-6590,
Northern New Mexico Citizen’s Advisory Board
Executive Director: MeniceSantistevan
1 (505) 995-0393 Office, 1 (800) 218-5942
We are a community advisory group that was chartered in 1997 to provide citizen input to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). development and LANL site employment, environmental remediation, increased educational opportunities and adequate funding for LANL.