Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)
wants to know what you think of the thin canisters they approved for San Onofre.
Comments are due today!
(This is the first I've heard about it. Late entries will be considered too)
Just send your comments now to:
Include Docket ID NRC-2017-0211 with your submission.
I am including my endorsement for the
here from SanOnofreSafety.org.
You can simply express your concerns over using thin temporary storage containers instead of thick casks used by other countries. Keep it simple and from the heart.
You might also mention your support for the SanOnofreSafety.org comment submitted by Donna Gilmore.
THANKS FOR TAKING QUICK ACTION
WHEN WE NEED YOU
Here is the update from Saturday's event...
Powerful, peaceful rally goes off without a hitch.
Thank you to all who were able to show up.
See highlights below.
This new message to text us has recently added 81 concerned citizens to our list.
Please encourage others to text SCG at 22828 to get updates.
Local News Coverage from OC Register
Photos provided by Miki Bay, Mike Chickey and
Jackson Hinkle inspired and co-hosted this event with us.
Lori Donchak - San Clemente City Councilmember ROCKS!
Robert Pope - Forensic geologist challenges Edison's claims
Special thanks to:
City of San Clemente
Team Zissou - Jackson Hinkle
the SMALL WORLD Band
and all who attended to make this so great!
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PLEASE INVEST IN OUR EFFORTS
We are looking into more effective ways to protect you and yours, but some cost more than we can afford right now. Ultimately, we would like to hire our own nuclear experts to provide technical analysis that can lead to improving this dire situation.
We can accomplish our goals by sharing the load with the help of many.