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SANTA FE – The Associated Press reported that the Santa Fe City Council unanimously passed a resolution Wednesday night objecting to a federal plan to expand production of plutonium triggers for nuclear weapons at Los Alamos National Laboratory.“The laboratory appreciates the concerns of the Santa Fe community and of the council and will do everything we can to address those concerns and be as good a neighbor as we can be,” the laboratory responded in a prepared statement.The National Nuclear Security Administration has issued a draft environmental statement on current plans for transforming the nuclear complex. A series of 18 public hearings begins next Thursday in South Carolina.Four meetings will be held in New Mexico, including one from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. March 13 at the Hilltop House in Los Alamos, and from 6-10 p.m.
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