Demand Action of the CPUC Oct 25 at Irvine City Hall.

Come join the protest and tell the PUC to take action on San Onofre. Even if you cannot stay all day we need you to come for the Action and Press Conference at 11:30 am Oct 25, outside at the Irvine City Council Chambers, 1 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine, CA 92606. Bring your signs and banners. ROSE is calling for Gov Brown to replace Mr. Peevey.

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) regulates the rates and reliability of electric service by SoCal Edison & SDG&E, majority and minority owners of San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant. The CPUC rarely conducts its “Voting Meetings” outside of its HQs in San Francisco. It is holding its next “Voting Meeting” on Thursday, October 25th in the Irvine City Council Chambers, which gives those affected by the San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant a tremendous opportunity to address all 5 of the Commissioners, who are appointed by the Governor. The meeting starts at 9a, but we are asking supporters of the Keep San Onofre Shut Coalition to arrive by 8:30a and take seats before the meeting starts. Seating is always at a premium at public meetings on San Onofre, so we want to be sure our Coalition is well-represented in the Council Chambers, which seats 200; the CPUC is also planning an Overflow Room with 100-seat capacity, plus loudspeakers broadcasting the Meeting outside.


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