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New Mexico Legislature

First posted
Friday February 22, 2013 11:01
Updated
Saturday March 2, 2013 12:46

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Saturday March 2, 2013 12:45

On Heels of Argo Oscar, Former Hostages Say U.S. and Iran Must Break "Wall of Mistrust"

Crocker knows details about the 1980 attack on Iran by Saddam Hussein.

Attack was apparent retaliation by the Carter administration for the Iran hostage crisis.

http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/mccoy.htm#crocker

Former ambassador Ryan Crocker delivered the Whitman College class of 2009 commencement address



wrote A Gutsy Commencement Address.

Student-Loan Delinquencies Among the Young Soar .

Robinson's daughter is a 2009 graduate of Whitman College.

Bill is a 1959 graduate.

Application of knowledge acquired at Whitman College of how the liberal arts 'educate' 'think' is applied to try to recover $22,036 stolen from our INSURED Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union retirement-protected savings accounts.




 

CO: Secret energy lab spawns million dollar govt employee

And the public pays those decision-makers well: NREL’s top executive, Dr. Dan Arvizu, makes close to a million dollars per year. His two top lieutenants rake in more than half a million each and nine others make more than $350,000 a year.

Contact Tori Richards at tori@coloradowatchdog.org and Earl Glynn at earl.glynn@franklincenterhq.org.

Dr. Dan Arvizu is Director of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), the U.S. Department of Energy's primary laboratory for energy efficiency and renewable energy research and development. Dr. Arvizu also is a Senior Vice President with Midwest Research Institute, which manages NREL on behalf of the DOE. Prior to joining NREL, Dr. Arvizu was Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of the Federal and Industrial Client Groups with CH2M Hill Companies, Ltd. Before joining CH2M HILL, he was an executive with Sandia National Laboratories, where he directed Research Centers for Advanced Energy Technology, Material and Process Sciences, and Technology Commercialization

Friday February 22, 2013 11:29


http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/mccoy.htm#rulesmembers

Hello Senate Rules Members,

Please approve Senate Memorial 34 so that it can quickly move to the Conservation Committee and the House. This Memorial urges the environment department to fulfill its 2005 Final Order requiring that Sandia Labs perform a study every five years to evaluate the feasibility of excavating and removing the contents of the Mixed Waste Landfill versus leaving them in place under the present dirt cover. To date, three years after the 2010 deadline, this study has still not been done. At stake is the protection of Albuquerque’s drinking water aquifer from contaminants known to be leaking from the landfill. This Memorial asks the environment department and Sandia to fulfill their commitment to protect public health.

Theft of $22,036 from our retirement-protected insured Sandia Federal Laboratory Credit Union is a subject that should be of attention of the New Mexico Rules Committee at this time.

Reason is that the Insurance Division of the New Mexico Public Regulations Commission is not following its rules and will not send us claim forms which it acknowledges it has.



Regards,
bill

Friday February 22, 2013 15:54


http://www.prosefights.org/prc317/mccoy.htm



Sandia National Laboratories is apparently not complying with 'An Environment Department Final Order'.

Not following rules are at issue here and with the PRC.

Invisibility makes non-compliance possible.

That why we had to steps to make the miscreants visible.

Spy sting on Iran, genocide, PRC hearing officer not following rules,incompetent energy eifficiency charade and now replacing Windows 8 with XP tutorial make us visible.





From: "David McCoy" dave@radfreenm.org

Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2013 11:28:06 AM
Subject: Urgent! Mixed Waste Landfill Senate Memorial #34. Please help out.

Friends,

I'm asking you make some phone calls to legislators. There is a Senate Memorial #34 about the Mixed Waste Landfill dump at Sandia up for consideration. The Mixed Waste Landfill is a Cold War waste dump at Sandia National Laboratories containing radioactive and hazardous wastes from nuclear weapons production. The wastes are in unlined pits and trenches under a dirt cover leaking into Albuquerque’s drinking water aquifer. There are 119 barrels of long lived plutonium wastes contained in the dump along with tons of depleted uranium, tritium, lead, beryllium, and solvents PCBs, PCE. An Environment Department Final Order (2005) required Sandia Labs to make a review every five years about the feasibility for excavation of the MWL dump and the suitability of the dirt cover. The Order is not being enforced, review is 3 years past due with more delays planned by Sandia.

Here is a short paragraph that can be stated or emailed in to the state Senators listed below.

Please approve Senate Memorial 34 so that it can quickly move to the Conservation Committee and the House. This Memorial urges the environment department to fulfill its 2005 Final Order requiring that Sandia Labs perform a study every five years to evaluate the feasibility of excavating and removing the contents of the Mixed Waste Landfill versus leaving them in place under the present dirt cover. To date, three years after the 2010 deadline, this study has still not been done. At stake is the protection of Albuquerque’s drinking water aquifer from contaminants known to be leaking from the landfill. This Memorial asks the environment department and Sandia to fulfill their commitment to protect public health.

Senate memorial 34 is currently in the Senate Rules and would go then to the Senate Conservation Committee. No date is set yet for hearing it in the rules committee. I'll keep you posted. In the meantime, phone calls of support would be appreciated to help get SM34 out of Rules and onto the Conservation Committee. Contacting the Chair Sen. Lopez and Sen Michael Sanchez would probably be the most helpful.

Senate Rules Members are:

Senator Linda M. Lopez Chair 505 986-4737 linda.lopez@nmlegis.gov
Senator Daniel A. Ivey-Soto Vice Chair 505 986-4270 daniel.ivey-soto@nmlegis.gov
Senator Jacob R. Candelaria Member 505 986-4391 jacob.candelaria@nmlegis.gov
Senator Stuart Ingle Member 505 986-4702 stuart.ingle@nmlegis.gov
Senator Mark Moores Member 505 986-4859 mark.moores@nmlegis.gov
Senator Gerald Ortiz y Pino Member 505 986-4482 jortizyp@msn.com
Senator Cliff R. Pirtle Member 505 986-4862 cliff.pirtle@nmlegis.gov
Senator Clemente Sanchez Member 505 986-4369 clemente.sanchez@nmlegis.gov
Senator Michael S. Sanchez Member 505 986-4727
Senator Sander Rule Ranking Member 505 986-4375 sanderrue@comcast.net

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