From: San Luis Obispo Mothers For Peace
SHOULD RATEPAYER DOLLARS SHOULD BE INVESTED IN EDISON'S SAN ONOFRE NUCLEAR PLANT TO REPLACE AGING COMPONENTS?
WHAT ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS MUST BE REVIEWED BEFORE HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS, LIKELY BILLIONS, OF RATEPAYER DOLLARS ARE SPENT TO REPLACE AGING COMPONENTS?
WHAT ARE THE TRUE COSTS OF CONTINUED OPERATION AT SAN ONOFRE, INCLUDING SECURITY, SEISMIC RETROFITS, OTHER AGING COMPONENTS, INCREASING NUCLEAR WASTE TO BE STORED ON OUR COAST?
THIS THURSDAY, OCT 21TH IS OUR ONLY OPPORTUNITY TO PROVIDE INPUT INTO WHAT ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS MUST BE MET BEFORE OUR RATES ARE INVESTED IN REPLACEMENT OF AGING AND VERY EXPENSIVE PARTS AT SAN ONOFRE.
WHAT: The California Pubic Utilities Commission has invited community residents to a public meeting to listen to our recommendations of environmental issues. We expect our recommendations to be addressed before the Commission grants Edison permission to add hundreds of millions in our rates.
WHY: Edison has applied to replace aging steam generators at its San Onofre Nuclear Plant and has stated if the generators are not replaced, the utility must phased this nuclear station.
WHERE: City Council Chambers -San Clemente City Hall
100 Avenida Presidio, San Clemente
2-pm and 7-9pm
SPEAK OUT FOR YOUR CHILDREN, YOUR HOMES, YOUR BUSINESSES FOR THE FUTURE OF OUR COUNTY. REPLACEMENT OF THE DIABLO CANYON NUCLEAR PLANT WITH A ENERGY SOURCE WHICH DOES NOT DAILY PRODUCE RADIOACTIVE WASTE WHICH MUST BE STORIED ON OUR COAST. THE RADIOACTIVE WASTE CREATED IS NOT LIKELY TO BE TRANSFERRED OUT OF OUR COMMUNITY IN OUR LIFETIMES.
For more information: CPUC (949) 203-6410 phone & voicemail