TMT would relocate if permit not secured soon

Tribune Herald: The TMT International Observatory’s decision to consider locations other than Mauna Kea for its next-generation telescope didn’t come as much of a surprise to supporters of the project, given the hurdles it still faces. But the announcement is nonetheless increasing anxiety that Hawaii Island could lose out on the jobs and funding for education that comes with the $1.4 billion Thirty Meter Telescope. “I think we put it in a precarious situation,” said Bill Walter, Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce......

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