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Homeland Security plans underground hideout
Mon Sep 1 16:17:31 2003

Homeland Security plans underground hideout in PLAYAS, N.M. Mines.

Associated Press Writer
September 1, 2003, 2:12 AM EDT

PLAYAS, N.M. -- The eerie silence in this once-bustling mining town won't last long. Soon, helicopters and planes will zoom overhead, and the buzz among locals will be of bio-weapons, agro-terrorism and suicide bombings.

Playas -- population about 60 -- is destined to be bought up by a New Mexico university and transformed into a sprawling classroom for lessons in anti-terrorism.

With help from the federal government, the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology has agreed in principle to buy Playas from Phelps Dodge Corp., the mining company that built it in the 1970s.

The $5 million deal includes 259 company-owned homes, apartment buildings, a community center, grocery store, medical clinic and air strip. Several hundred nearby acres also are included.

Michael Hensley, a New Mexico Tech program manager, said the training center could bring at least 200 jobs to Playas and possibly more high-paying technical jobs once a proposed 600-acre research park is built.

"For our whole county, I think it's going to be life blood," said Hidalgo County Commissioner Louise Peterson. "It's just so exciting for me to feel something happening with this town."

For the residents, New Mexico Tech officials said they do not foresee anyone being forced from their home once the deal to purchase the town has been signed.

But residents wonder -- they say they haven't been told what's in store. A meeting planned earlier this year was canceled, they say.

"Your guess is as good as mine," said Bill Bollinger, head of what's left of Playas' maintenance department. "I've heard probably 10 different stories so I really don't know what's going to happen. I just hope it's the right thing."

Bollinger said things have been in limbo since 1999, when the company began laying off workers from the smelter.

"We didn't know from one day to the next whether we had a job. So I guess you kind of get used to it."

Since then, the post office has been gutted and nearly all of the houses have been cleared of their furnishings. Wild grass is taking over the wide curving streets.

Once the deal is sealed -- expected this week when institute representatives meet with Phelps Dodge officials in Phoenix -- New Mexico State University and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will help plan terror simulations. Classes could begin as soon as November.

Details are sketchy but people in the business of preventing terrorism are ecstatic.

"We've got the door wide open," said Dennis Hunter, associate director of training at Tech's Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center. "The opportunities are limitless."

New Mexico Tech already conducts explosives testing and training at its Socorro campus. In Playas, officials believe they have an ideal classroom in which to train police and firefighters to respond to simulated attacks.

Trainers hope to set up realistic scenarios using homes in Playas as well as fly helicopters and planes over the town.

Among other things, the National Emergency Response Training, Research and Development Center at Playas will offer lessons on protecting pipelines and transportation systems, and preventing suicide bombings. Research into animal and plant diseases and ways to prevent agro-terrorism are also likely to be in the mix.

"We are going to take a look at a lot of different things. We are going to take a look at the things that we can do here and not anywhere else," Hunter said.

Tech -- a science and engineering university -- has done military research for decades and has helped train thousands of police and firefighters. After the 1995 bombing of the federal courthouse in Oklahoma City, it began moving more toward anti-terrorism programs. Since Sept. 11, 2001, that effort got more impetus.

The residents of Playas remember when Phelps Dodge began building the town in 1972. Within two years, the first residents moved in and it wasn't long before trucks were lining up to make deliveries to the smelter.

Bollinger, for one, wants to stay. So does Mapi Sanchez, who works in the restaurant.

Sanchez, 42, who first arrived in 1976, says she gets lonely now that nearly all of the residents are gone. She misses going for coffee in the mornings to visit with friends.

Her daughter, who lives in Nevada, is encouraging her to leave.

"But you can't just get up and walk away," she said. "You've got to wait it out and see what happens."

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On the Net:

New Mexico Tech: http://www.nmt.edu

New Mexico State University: http://www.nmsu.edu

Department of Homeland Security: http://www.dhs.gov


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