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Exhibit A: Southern California Edison’s (SCE) Coastal Development Permit (CDP) Application No. 9-19-0194 for its DECONTAMINATION AND DISMANTLEMENT (D&D) ACTIVITIES                                                                                                                                               HYPERLINK     Exhibit B: Public Watchdogs’ September 6, 2019 letter to CCC to delay Oct. 17, 2019 vote                                                                                                                                               HYPERLINK     Exhibit C: Public Watchdogs’ October 11, 2019 letter to CCC to delay Oct. 17, 2019 vote                                                                                                                                               HYPERLINK     Exhibit D:…

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Public Utility Commiission Meeting Tonight on San Onofre Nuclear

There is a very important online public meeting on the decommissioning of the failed San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) tonight at 5:00PM. To log in at 5:00 PM, CLICK HERE for instructions This is a “Public Participation Hearing” hosted by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) so that the judges and commissioners can gain a first-hand understanding and insight into the public’s concerns with San…

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Questions about the so-called “Natural Gas Shortage” and why your utility bills are increasing

At this time, there is global natural gas shortage due to harsh winters, the Ukraine crisis, and increased demand. However, the current prices hikes for customers of Southern California Gas, SDG&E,  and ultimately, Sempra Energy, may be completely unjustified and should command the attention of energy regulators. So far, SDG&E has claimed that it is unlawful for them to make a profit on natural gas sales…

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Why are my natural gas bills so high?

QUESTION:         Why are Compressed Natural Gas Prices SO high? ANSWER:       The utility companies claim: elongated cold weather spell brought with the rain CNG reserves low due to national temperature spikes Short commodity purchasing period   QUESTION:         What can consumers do to decrease their bills? ANSWER:            Consumers can: Turn down the thermostat Put on a sweater Fill any leaks that allow cold air to come inside…

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PG&E’s Dirty Diablo Canyon Deal will spike your Utility Bill by 3%

MEDIA ADVISORY Friday, December 30, 2022 San Diego, Calif. (December 30, 2022) – At the behest of Governor Newsom, the California legislature has voted to bail out Pacific Gas and Electric’s (PG&E’s) failing Diablo Canyon nuclear plant at your expense. The bailout will increase every ratepayer’s bill by 3%. The move will crush the competition from all Community Choice Aggregate’s (CCA), and no one in the…

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Comments of Nina Babiarz’ testimony to the California Coastal Commission on the possibility of Diablo Canyon nuke waste storage at SONGS

The Coastal Commission’s strangely-worded “Restrictions” on nuclear waste could have created a legal loophole that would have allowed San Onofre to accept nuclear waste from other nuclear power plants! NINA BABIARZ’ PUBLIC COMMENTS at the 10-13-2022 CA COASTAL COMMISSION MEETING My name is Nina Babiarz, a founding Board Member with Public Watchdogs and a member of Congressman Levin’s San Onofre Task Force for approximately 3 years. …

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Coastal Commission amends SONG nuke waste storage terms after hearing from Public Watchdogs’ public advocates

In early October of 2022, Public Watchdogs’ Director of Development noticed something peculiar about what should have been a very straight-forwarded licensing deal with Southern California Edison, the majority owners of the failed San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS).  What Nina noticed, buried deep within all the  bureaucratic double-talk in the Commission Agenda, was a clause that would have given Edison permission to bury waste from…

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MEDIA ALERT: Does the Coastal Commission intend to store Diablo Canyon’s nuclear waste at San Onofre?

Will Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) get a Coastal Commission amendment to send its nuclear waste to Southern California? After the year 2025, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) will run out of storage space for its deadly nuclear waste. This questionable proposed amendment by the California Coastal Commission staff  was tacked on signals  a direct connection to the last vote of the last   legislative  session of…

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