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Budget cuts might shut one of two Kesselring reactors

KAPL, Navy presence could be reduced at site

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Funding cuts at the federal level could force the Knolls Atomic Power Lab to shut down one of two nuclear reactors at its Kenneth A. Kesselring site in West Milton — a move that could affect upwards of 600 U.S. Navy personnel and roughly 100 workers. The Consolidated Appropriations Act — a bill passed in January that funds the federal operations until October — shorted funding for Naval Reactors, a U.S. government office responsible for ...


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