Please allow me to express my gratitude to all the people who’ve come and stood in the streets, sat in meetings, given financial support and supported our actions to keep San Onofre shutdown for good. We truly did this together.
Now the real work begins to get a seat at the table to start the discussions of how to decommission San Onofre in the best way. ROSE has no intention of allowing that site to become a nuclear waste dump for 300 years. The federal government has to make some major decisions, and we all know how hard it is to make any decision. But it has to be done. ROSE is dedicated to helping this process to move forward for the best results for the economic future of all Californians and the well-being of our children.
Many of you are aware that ROSE has just completed its first solar project at the Boy Scouts of Orange County camp with your help. We are in the planning stages for our second solar project for another nonprofit, to be announced soon. Now that SONGS is to be shutdown permanently and the decommissioning process is started, the value of these solar projects is even more important to our community. We plan to be a positive force in the future of California’s energy needs and hope you will continue to support these efforts.
With sincerity and gratitude,
Residents Organized For a Safe Environment (ROSE)