Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Which Lede Did You Read?

Three versions of Santa Susana lab news LAO

You decide — or go to EnviroReporter.

Time to study Boeing lab is sought
State is considering whether to back bid for Superfund status

By Gregory W. Griggs, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

The state's top environmental officer Tuesday asked federal officials for more time to decide if California should back an effort to make Boeing's Santa Susana Field Laboratory a Superfund cleanup site. L.A. Times

Agreement reached on cleanup of Field Lab
Strictest federal standards approved in state, Simi deal

By Teresa Rochester

A former rocket engine and nuclear test site south of Simi Valley will be cleaned to the strictest federal standards possible, following a deal reached between state officials and community members that was announced Tuesday and hailed as historic. Ventura County Star

Schwarzenegger vows state control of Santa Susana Field Laboratory
By Harrison Sheppard and Kerry Cavanaugh

Vowing to conduct a strict cleanup of the long-troubled Santa Susana Field Laboratory, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Tuesday said the state wants to maintain authority over the site and won't seek federal Superfund status for the area. Daily News

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