Speak-up now on VY decommissioning plans

More or less as a public service, this is just a quick reminder that The NRC is accepting public comment on Entergy’s decommissioning plans, for a limited time only.

Digger has posted links to the report and provided the following information:

The full text of the report is available through the NRC website.

The NRC will host a public meeting on the report from 6-9pm on February 19 at the Quality Inn in Brattleboro.

In the meantime, the public can submit comments online through www.regulations.gov using Docket No. 50-271, or by mail to Cindy Bladey, Office of Administration, Mail Stop: 3WFN-06-A44M, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, D.C., 20555.

Public comments will be accepted until March 23.

After a relatively brief interval of useful service, Vermont will live with Vermont Yankee’s radioactive legacy for (at minimum) many more decades; perhaps even centuries.  This is our best chance to weigh-in on how we think that legacy should be managed.

About Sue Prent

Artist/Writer/Activist living in St. Albans, Vermont with my husband since 1983. I was born in Chicago; moved to Montreal in 1969; lived there and in Berlin, W. Germany until we finally settled in St. Albans.

One thought on “Speak-up now on VY decommissioning plans

  1. Louisiana, home of other environmental atrocities.

    This is our best chance to weigh-in on how we think that legacy should be managed.

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