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Opinion - March 8, 2013

Another lifeline for Hangar One

Nine lives may not adequately describe how many times Hangar One has been written off for dead only to come back with another lease on life. When the United States Navy turned Moffett Field over to NASA in 1994, it tried to squirm out of any obligations to clean up the toxic mess around Hangar One, but after a heated fight with the new landlord, officials agreed to remove — but not replace — the toxic siding covering the massive hangar.

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