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NRC says strike contingency plans don’t jeopardize plant safety

NRC says strike contingency plans don’t jeopardize plant safety

[blockquote]“Our members have clearly spoken and they reject Entergy’s continued demands for major concessions on healthcare, salary and staffing. It’s despicable that after receiving a license renewal that enables the company to make $1 million a day for the next 20 years from Pilgrim, executives continue to insist upon shortchanging the hardworking men and women who run this plant, keep it safe and make it extremely profitable for management.” — Dan Hurley, president of UWUA Local 369[/blockquote] Keep reading…

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Job Issues Relating to Pilgrim Decommissioning

Job Issues Relating to Pilgrim Decommissioning

Entergy employs 422 workers at Pilgrim.

Recently, 380 workers in Local 369, Utility Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO, voted to strike if a contract isn’t reached by May 15, 2012. Nearly all 380 employees are in high-level roles.

Taking Pilgrim off-line permanently does not mean immediate job loss.

A large work force will be needed to decommission, a process that would take at least 7 years.…

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