ACTION ALERT ACT NOW NRC DOING IT AGAIN

ACTION ALERT: ACT NOW & share this with your friends. We need hundreds of emails in their inbox Monday morning (use your gmail to get your email to them if you have one), and hundreds on calls Monday morning. Call Sen Boxer, NRC MacFarlane, NRC Elmo Collins. The last call I had with the NRC today they didn’t seem to be moving yet. But with calls on Monday and emails boxes full it could turn the tide next week.

Very suspect timing. SCE files for restart of unit 2 on October 5. But because of the weekend & Columbus Day the report won’t reach anyone in the NRC until Tuesday, October 9 the day of our next meeting w/NRC which means they won’t have read it, so they won’t discuss it at the October 9 meeting. Which is of course what we all want to talk about. Does anyone think this timing was a coincidence?

NRC rents a building for almost $24,000 to have a public meeting about the many problems at San Onofre Generating Waste Station when we have given them leads on two buildings for rent for 1 day under $500 with all the needed facilities. But at the St. Regis Monarch Beach Hotel they want us to pay $10 for velet parking, which will easily make the hotel another 5 to $6000.

If you agree with many of us that a $10 parking fee is unfair for our many senior citizens & other who want to come to this meeting about public safety but will be unable to attend because of this, join us in writing a email or calling both: Chairman Allison M. Macfarlane, Chairman@nrc.gov or Tel: 301-415-1750
Elmo Collins Elmo.Collins@nrc.gov or Tel: 817-200-1225
Sen Boxer Tel: 202-224-3553
and demand they pay for the parking no matter what the cost as part of their rental fee. After all either way it is the taxpayer & ratepayers money.

About these ads

About residentsorganizedforasafeenvironment

Vision for ROSE Working for the good of the Mother Earth. To provide a safe and clean planet for our children and grandchildren, and the seven generations to come. Working to support Ethically Sound Environmental decisions for the future. We hold the power of our vision in our own hands.
This entry was posted in ACTION ALERTS, NUCLEAR NEWS & INFO. Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to ACTION ALERT ACT NOW NRC DOING IT AGAIN

  1. CaptD says:

    Plus consider also reporting this CONFLICT OF INTEREST by a current NRC Commissioner:
    An NRC Commissioner doing a Pro Nuclear Webinar for the Nuclear Industry! https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/382668537

    and notice the date, just before the Washington DC N☢ Nuke rally!

  2. CaptD says:

    Excellent article (with comments) in San Diego’s KPBS.org
    Proposed Changes To San Onofre’s Decommissioning Fund

    http://is.gd/a3kWXq

    snip
    Southern California Edison and SDG&E have collected money for the fund from ratepayers over the life of the plant, to pay decommissioning costs when it ultimately shuts down.

    Electricity ratepayers have already paid more than $3 billion into the fund for San Onofre. It’s estimated that decommissioning Units 2 and 3 will cost $3.7 billion.

    SORE (San Onofre Reactor Emergency) may prove to be the most expensive nuclear Debacle in the World not counting the Trillion Dollar Eco-Disaster triple meltdown in Fukushima; so the question now is who will pay for it, SoCal rate payers or the shareholders of SCE and SDG&E who have had record profits every year for the past few years!

  3. CaptD says:

    Excellent article (with comments) in San Diego’s KPBS.org
    Proposed Changes To San Onofre’s Decommissioning Fund

    http://is.gd/a3kWXq

    snip
    Southern California Edison and SDG&E have collected money for the fund from ratepayers over the life of the plant, to pay decommissioning costs when it ultimately shuts down.

    Electricity ratepayers have already paid more than $3 billion into the fund for San Onofre. It’s estimated that decommissioning Units 2 and 3 will cost $3.7 billion.

    PREDICTION: SORE (San Onofre Reactor Emergency) will prove to be the most expensive nuclear Debacle in the World not counting the Trillion Dollar Eco-Disaster triple meltdown in Fukushima Japan; so the question now is who will pay for it, SoCal rate payers or the shareholders of SCE and SDG&E who have had record profits every year for the past few years!

    Unless the NRC refuses to allow SCE to restart SanO, the NRC will become an accomplice to the biggest nuclear rip off the World has ever known thanks in part to the CA CPUC not doing their job by asking for a full investigation and CA Gov. Brown for “Looking the other way” while the CPUC fails the public’s trust…

    I hope both CA Senators Feinstein and Boxer will become vocal before it is too late!

  4. CaptD says:

    The SORE (San Onofre Reactor Emergency) started on Jan 31, 2012 and therefore has been going on for about 8.5 months… http://is.gd/f47HCu

    Therefore at $65 Million per month, SoCal ratepayers have been charged (8 months X $65 Million Dollars per month) 552.5 Million Dollars which has gone to SCE and SDG&E for no electricity generated!

    Said another way SoCal ratepayers have paid about HALF A BILLION DOLLARS in what I believe will be the biggest Energy Boondoggle in US History!

    If a bank in CA was robbed and they stole a couple of million dollars, it would be on both the Local and National news, yet MSM in Southern California is almost silent about SORE (San Onofre Reactor Emergency) half a billion dollar Utility “heist”.

    Ask yourself why, then ask all your elected Leaders why they are silent!

    Each day we wait for a refund is costing all of US about 2 million Dollar more.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s