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Local Confusion/Enthusiasm for "NASA" Park/Campus in Colorado

NASA campus in Loveland could mean 10,000 new jobs “At the cost of $5.5 million, the Agilent technology campus could soon have dozens of companies working to turn thousands of NASA patents into products. They are jobs the mayor of Loveland says the town welcomes. “These are the kind of jobs that are good paying jobs and the kind of jobs you can raise your family on,” Mayor Cecil Gutierrez […]

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  • April 7, 2011
A New "Branch" of NASA in Colorado? (Updated)

NASA looking into Loveland, “Representatives from NASA were in Loveland on Wednesday, touring the old Hewlett-Packard/Agilent campus, where they are considering developing a technology park that could house 60 to 80 businesses and create 10,000 jobs, said Don Marostica, Loveland resident and the state’s development director. … Members of the association and representatives from Marostica’s office came up with a plan to create a technology park that would house […]

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  • December 27, 2010
Denver Comes To The Hill To Lobby

Colorado leaders to lobby on Capitol Hill for state projects, Denver Post “The group will advocate for the Orion crew capsule, left, being developed by Lockheed Martin Space Systems as an emergency escape vehicle for the international space station and foundation for deep-space exploration; growing military assets; a federal investment in medical research; and funding for several interchanges and FasTracks.”

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  • May 9, 2010