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Opponent of Pilgrim’s license renewal talks about denied contention, vote by NRC commissioner

Opponent of Pilgrim’s license renewal talks about denied contention, vote by NRC commissioner

On Thursday, the Atomic Safety Licensing Board denied a contention filed by the Jones River Watershed Association. The contention related to environmental effects on Atlantic Sturgeon and herring that call the Jones River home, was denied by the panel for failing to satisfy the criteria for reopening a closed record, and failing to satisfy ‘the (late-filed) contention admissibility criteria.’

Original link: Opponent of Pilgrim's license renewal talks about denied contention, vote by NRC commissioner (May 25, 2012)

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“Sounds of Dissent” (WZBC) with Pilgrim Coalition & Beyond Nuclear

“Sounds of Dissent” (WZBC) with Pilgrim Coalition & Beyond Nuclear

Audio: Pilgrim Nuclear Power Fight Heats Up in Massachusetts

Political fallout from the Fukushima nuclear disaster is fueling local opposition to the Pilgrim Nuclear Reactor in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The aging facility’s operating license expires on June 8, 2012, and its owners want a 20-year extension. It looked like it had a green light from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, which recommended an approval vote.…

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Groups Say Endangered Species at Risk From Entergy’s Pilgrim Station

Groups Say Endangered Species at Risk From Entergy’s Pilgrim Station

Ask federal agency to assess impact on fish, whale habitat, and rare turtles

Entergy’s Pilgrim nuclear power station on the shores of Cape Cod Bay in Plymouth, Massachusetts may be impacting endangered species like the fin whale, loggerhead turtles, the critical habitat for the endangered Northern right whale, and river herring.…

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