NRC Needs Your Input on Diablo Licence Renewal – Be There!

PG&E's aging, ill-managed nuclear reactors at Diablo Canyon are an existential threat to California say Mothers for Peace

PG&E’s aging, ill-managed nuclear reactors at Diablo Canyon are an existential threat to California say Mothers for Peace

IMPORTANT NRC MEETING IN San Luis Obispo AUGUST 5TH The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is developing an environmental impact statement (EIS) for the proposed 20-year license renewal of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant and is seeking public comment on issues to be covered by the report. Mothers for Peace sees it as very important that our supporters have a strong presence at this meeting. We will send a future alert with suggestions of topics to be addressed, but your presence is important even if you do not plan to speak. There is a group of current and former PG&E employees who dominate public meetings recently. They all wear green T-shirts, identify them selves as “people for green nuclear energy”, and speak about how nuclear is the answer to global warming. We need to counter them by having more than a handful of Mothers and supporters there. We request that you wear BLUE shirts (or a Mothers for Peace T-shirt if you have one) and be ready to stand for a few seconds if one of the Mothers asks those in the room who consider Diablo and its radioactive wastes dangerous to stand. You can prepare to counter the distortions of “facts” presented by this PG&E group by checking out this document on the Mothers for Peace website: https://mothersforpeace.org/MYTHSOFTHENUCLEARINDUSTRYjz.pdf PLEASE COME AND SUPPORT THE MOTHERS FOR PEACE! RAISE YOUR VOICE AND BE HEARD! NO 20-YEAR LICENSE EXTENSION FOR DIABLO CANYON! August 5, 2015 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. Courtyard by Marriott, San Luis Obispo, 1605 Calle Joaquin Road. Both the afternoon and evening meetings are for the purpose of receiving public input on what topics should be included in the coming EIS.
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