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NASA ready to help save Hangar One

Original post made on Sep 4, 2008

City officials say they came away from a meeting with NASA Ames on Tuesday confident that the space agency is eager to save Hangar One. <b>SEE ALSO:<br><li type="square"><a href="//">Siegel calls for hangar committee</a><br><li type="square"><a href="//">Locals to Navy: Try harder</a></b>

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Posted by A Coffmann
a resident of Old Mountain View
on Sep 4, 2008 at 9:43 pm

The city makes us save trees over 20 years old.

We have 25 year old building declared historical site and cannot be torn down.

Yet the Navy has one of only two hangers in the country linked to WWII U boat submarine defense and they can tear it down cause they don't want it (letting it decay is just as bad)?

Shame on Lockheed for just sitting about. They have been a Navy customer for 50 years, live next door the the hanger has a soultion to save it but seems to be doing nothing?

This hanger was of such interest, the Discovery channel had it on a show. Titled Hangers last week.