Jenkins, Matt
October 2006
High Country News;10/2/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 18, p12
The article reports on blogs of citizens concerning the environment in Nevada. Rick Spilsbury, who worked as an electrician for nuclear weapons detonation expressed his resentments in blowing up nuclear weapons in his native land. Patricia Mulroy, the head of the head of the Southern Nevada Water Authority, said that the department will be forced to stop growing if the water project is not approved. Mulroy's statement is the reaction to criticism made by Spilsbury concerning pumping project utilizing Nevada waters.


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