Hanford Site 1945Last month the National Park Service hosted two public comment sessions to gain public feedback about the decision to potentially make the Hanford site one of three Manhattan Sites to be made a part of the National Historic Park; the other two are Los Alamos and Oak Ridge. The people with the Manhattan Project Sites Special Resource Study are looking at the input from the two sessions to decide how feasible this would be and to look at the sustainability. The Tri Cities Visitor & Convention Bureau, along with TRIDEC and the cities of Richland, Kennewick, Pasco, and West Richland, have sent out letters to the National Park Service stating that they see a need for all three sites to be part of the National Historic Park. The Tri Cities Visitor & Convention Bureau is looking for more support and they encourage anyone who would like to send in a letter of support to send it to: Ms. Carla McConnell, Project Manager Manhattan Project Sites Special Resources Study U.S. Department of the Interior National Park Service, Denver Service Center 12795 W. Alameda Parkway PO Box 25287 Denver, CO 80225-0286 Posted by Colleen Lane on
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