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Without a doubt, the Manhattan Project was the reason for the creation of the town of Los Alamos many years ago. An upcoming public meeting this week will focus on this period of time for Los Alamos, and how the community could best be represented in a national park now under consideration.
The National Park Service (NPS) is conducting a special resource study to determine the national significance, suitability, and feasibility of designating one or more historic sites of the Manhattan Project for potential inclusion in the national park system. This park could include non-contiguous sites in Los Alamos, Oak Ridge, TN, and Hanford, Wash. The county council appointed an ad hoc committee in August to take the lead on the project on behalf of Los Alamos. The committee is comprised of representatives involved in historic preservation and tourism from throughout the community.
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