Just when it looked like DLI's number was up, the institute was saved from closure. But for how long?
Thursday, March 18, 1993
The most compelling arguement the city made is that it would cost more to move DLI than to keep it right where it is. The Defense Department's primary mission in closing bases is to save money, through both consolidation and selling off the land it owns at fair market value. According to the city's report, closing DLI would accomplish neither goal.
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