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Health officer raises concerns about allowing public access to NWR on converted nuke site

The top public health official for Jefferson County states in a court document filed Thursday at U.S. District Court in Denver that he believes it is "unwise" to open Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge to members of the public.

Dr. Mark Johnson, executive director of Jefferson County Public Health, makes that declaration in connection with a motion seeking a preliminary injunction to keep the refuge closed until a group of environmentalists' lawsuit filed May 1 is decided.



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