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Published: Wednesday, Jan. 5 2011 4:00 p.m. MST

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Las Vegas, NV

In response to the comment on LEED design, trust me, I personally know in this case the structures will be structurally sound enough to last at a minimum 100 years.

Buzzards Bay, MA

More money taken out of hard working American families to support governments wasteful intrusive programs. Government uses our own money to buy its toys that it uses against us. It's amazing how 911 was used as an excuse for this and other programs. I wonder who the real culprits are behind 911 and why hasn't bin laden been caught yet?

Logan, Utah

Some fact checking here... There is going to be 100,000 sq feet of data center, and 900,000 for technical support and administrative. With 100-200 employees, that makes 4,500 square feet per employee, which would be one heck of an office. Someone's information is a little off. Follow up?

Salt Lake City, UT

"To accommodate is to be abused"; by either Big Brother Government or by Enemies from without (or from within the country). When?

Perhaps, we will just have to wait and see the outcomes of this fantastic claim of security for the American people, and opportunity for cyber space power dominance, let alone the economic boost.

James Ogden
Bountiful, Ut

Anyone know if there will be a tunnel to DIA?

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