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According to the Monitor, The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will add design and safety improvements this summer to the intersection of N.M. 4 and East Jemez Road in White Rock, according National Nuclear Security Administration officials. East Jemez Road, from Diamond Drive all the way down to N.M. 4, will be improved as part of a plan to upgrade safety on the roads used by Los Alamos National Laboratory to transport waste. The Army Corps of Engineer’s plans to upgrade the intersection were announced during a presentation at the Regional Coalition of LANL Communities in Española Friday. The project, which will include all of the Department of Energy’s roads in Los Alamos County, will cost about $12 million, and is funded through a settlement the DOE reached with the state over the release of toxic waste at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in Carlsbad in 2014. The East Jemez Road project was just one of five projects the NNSA was overseeing as part of the settlement. Others included the Watershed Enhancement Project and the Surface Water Sampling and Monitoring Project. With the Watershed Enhancement Project, the NNSA will oversee the design and installation of a network of structures that will slow down stormwater flows and keep toxic sediment from LANL’s former waste sites from moving. The project will be paid for with $7.5 million in federal funds. The Surface Water Sampling and Monitoring Project will cost $2.5 million to implement. A big part of it includes a major software upgrade that will help LANL and other agencies get more from the data. The regional coalition worked closely with the NNSA and the state to make sure northern New Mexico received a share of the settlement to help improve safety and security in the region.







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