3/21/11 Newscast - Speakers discuss "Livable Communities and the Human Condition;" Legislators consider halting construction on costly correctional center; officials boost radiation monitoring but say Japanese nuclear problems pose no danger

Anchorage, AK – Speakers talk about Livable Communities and the Human Condition speak Saturday on ways Alaska's unique culture affects communities. Estimated costs to run the Goose Creek Correctional Center are so high legislators are thinking about stopping construction and shutting it down before it even opens. Military moves radiation-detecting plane to Eielson/Richardson Joint Base. State officials say Japanese nuclear problems pose no danger for Alaskans.