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Members of the Regional Coalition of LANL (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Communities (Regional Coalition) traveled to Washington, D.C during the week of Feb. 24 to advocate for $255 million in support of environmental remediation at LANL, and to discuss the Federal Legislative Priorities of the Coalition.
The $255 million represents an increase in $30 million from the previous fiscal year, and is the minimum amount needed to meet the cleanup agreement requirements negotiated between the N.M. Environment Department and the U.S. Department of Energy.
The members of the coalition who traveled to D.C. for meetings include: former Santa Fe Mayor David Coss, Los Alamos County Commissioner Steve Girrens, Rio Arriba Deputy County Manager David Trujillo, coalition executive director Darien Cabral, and Jennifer Padilla of the coalition’s executive director team.
The coalition members met with the following:
• Senator Martin Heinrich
• Senator Tom Udall
• Representative Ben Ray Lujan
• Bruce Held, the Acting Administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration
• Plus other Department of Energy and Nuclear Security Administration staff and key members of pertinent Congressional Committees
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