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Hiltzik: Nuclear contamination makes Santa Susana a landmark | LATimes

One thing is certainly true about NASA’s curious effort to place 2,850 acres above the Simi Valley on the National Register of Historic Places: The parcel is certainly a landmark. Among the points in dispute is what makes it so. To several local Native American tribes, including the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, the Ventura County site’s cave drawings and rock shelters bespeak a cultural heritage dating back centuries. The time has come for us to make sure that we hold the polluters accountable

Source: Hiltzik: Nuclear contamination makes Santa Susana a landmark – Los Angeles Times

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