Request to Mr. Collins & NRC

Today we are starting a email campaign to Elmo Collins asking that the next NRC meeting be a category 3 workshop type meeting where more than one issue can be talked about with the NRC and SCE. Mr. Collins email address is: Elmo.Collins@nrc.gov

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3 Responses to Request to Mr. Collins & NRC

  1. Dear Mr. Collins,
    I wanted to really thank you for the meeting last night in San Juan Capistrano. In all the years I’ve been going to NRC meetings it was undoubtedly the best one I’ve been to.
    Our coalition of groups in So Cal feels that it would be important for the next meeting to be a category three workshop type meeting so that we can further the conversation that was started on June 18. I understand that the category of meeting is your call. If the NRC would like keep improving the conversation and understanding between the people who live up in the 50 mile radius of San Onofre I believe this will help with that.
    It is my hope you will seriously consider this request.

    Sincerely,

  2. CaptD says:

    Mr Collins,
    Please consider holding NRC category 3 meeting at several location in Southern California as the San Onofre reactor affects so many people that live within 50 miles of them…

    This would allow you to get a more realistic “sense” of the public’s outrage of SCE’s failed attempt to modify their reactors illegally without the proper NRC approvals, which has put everyones health and safety at RISK!

  3. Nancy Nolan says:

    Dear Mr. Collins,
    We have names & faces, we care about our life here on earth & particularly in San Clemente, California. The issues are many: evacuation, health problems, lack of transparency, earthquake realities, accumulation of spent fuel on site with no disposal (a problem all by itself, WE HAVE A BIG PROBLEM HERE), lack of true information regarding the risks of prior mentioned items. Where is the leadership of your organization, after all it’s not like you don’t have funds to provide this for us: don’t we pay taxes for this?

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