Opponents: Redraw plan 
for uranium
 development

The U.S. Department of Energy should go back to the beginning and reconsider the options available for the management of 25,000 acres in the Uravan Mineral Belt, environmental activists…




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Given the history that Grand Junction has with uranium and mill tailings, every citizen should go to the website in this article and comment. We taxpayers spent millions to clean up the mess locally. Some homes are still sitting on uranium tailings, but realtors don’t tell homeowners that during he purchase phase. What you don’t know really CAN make you sick. Before we continue leasing land in our wilderness, we should clean up the many abandoned mines in our county. They pollute ground water.

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