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Residents will express concerns about nuclear plant plan for Plymouth tidelands

Residents will express concerns about nuclear plant plan for Plymouth tidelands

PLYMOUTH, MA – Residents will get a chance to hear representatives from Entergy, the Louisiana based company which owns the Pilgrim nuclear station, explain its plan for a new emergency water cooling system on public tidelands at a hearing before the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) at 10 a.m., Tuesday, November 18, in the Mayflower Room at Plymouth Town Hall, 11 Lincoln Street.…

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Newsletter: November 2014

Newsletter: November 2014

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In This Issue:

  • Public Hearing on Entergy’s Waterways Application (11/18)
  • Voting results from this week’s election: Nuclear emergency zone has overwhelming support
  • Why residents need potassium iodide
  • 40-ton drops in Pilgrim’s fuel pool?
  • Citizens aim to close another regulatory loophole
  • NRC questions Vermont Yankee’s post-shutdown emergency plans
  • Jets scramble over Pilgrim and show that restricted air space is not protected
  • Fukushima, Miso Soup and Me
  • Volunteer opportunities to help the cause
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