LOS ALAMOS, N.M. (AP) - Los Alamos National Laboratory is letting go of some of its workers.
The Los Alamos Monitor ( http://bit.ly/PA4BCX ) reports lab director Charlie McMillan said 80 contractor positions would be eliminated.
McMillan made the announcement Wednesday in a memo sent to all employees.
The lab terminated 60 employees in April and 557 others left the lab in March as part of a voluntary separation program.
McMillan has scheduled a meeting on June 27 to discuss the lab's workforce with all employees.
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