Mission impossible? Getting NASA on the phone
He didn’t offer details so the Eye, naturally, wanted to dig deeper.
Unfortunately, that turned out to be tougher than the Eye ever imagined.
For starters, Robert “Joe” Shaw, a NASA administrator who’s reportedly coordinating things with C&W, which closed on the park in December, never answered several phone messages and ducked an interview after being contacted at home.
A reporter did manage to talk ever so briefly with a consultant hired by C&W to help it find tenants. DA2’s David Lung, however, apparently was on a trip to NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland when he told the reporter to call him later in the week. That phone call to him went unanswered and a message on his voicemail was unreturned.
So is NASA really going to do more “robust” things for the Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation and Technology (RMCIT), which is what C&W now calls the plant?
Well, the Eye
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