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    The feds want feedback on their Hanford cleanup plan — and last week they got it
      Mary Beth Burandt of DOE’s Office of River Protection in Richland, explained the 6,000-page Environmental Impact Statement in a short presentation and concluded that officials would take public comments into account in the final decisionmaking process.
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