Last week, the Atomic Cities Research Group presented the PGDP Regional and Subsurface model at the monthly meeting of Paducah’s Citizens Advisory Board. The model was received well by the Board, and understood as a document around which Citizens, Scientists, Department of Energy and various contractors could discuss the many complex issues surrounding cleanup efforts. The student designed and constructed model will remain on display at The United States Department of Energy Environmental Information Center in Paducah, Kentucky until the spring. It will then be presented at the DoE’s National Citizens Advisory Board meeting. After the national meeting, it will travel to Rotterdam to become part of the University of Kentucky’s College of Design River Cities exhibition at the 2012 International Architecture Biennial Rotterdam.