Tempers flare on 40th Anniversary of TMI meltdown at the San Onofre Nuclear “Community Engagement Panel”

At 4:00 a.m. on March 28, 1979, the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant had a meltdown.  Public Watchdogs’ director of development, Nina Babiarz, was working in Pennsylvania as a reporter not far from the disaster. Forty years later, Babiarz addressed Southern California Edison’s public relations organ, the “Community Engagement Panel” on the decommissioning of the failed and leaking nuclear reactors at the San Onofre Nuclear…

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Webinar on safety risks at the failed San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) draws huge crowd

Click on the image below for the complete, unabridged presentation … … or scroll down for an edited presentation in six short segments. On Tuesday, April 23 at 5:30 Pacific Time, Charles Langley of Public Watchdogs, Gary Headrick of San Clemente Green, keynote speaker Paul Blanch, and Cathy Iwane, a Fukushima evacuee, were featured in a 90-minute Webinar by producer Doug Wood of Grassrootsinfo.org . The…

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San Onofre: A disaster Waiting to Happen

PUBLIC INVITED  Mark your calendar for San Onofre Webinar, May 23, 5:30PM Nuclear experts say safety measures could fail with floods, tsunamis, climate change and severe weather DATELINE SAN DIEGO: On May 23, at 5:30 PM, Two groups dedicated to radiation safety, San Clemente Green, and Public Watchdogs, are hosting a FREE public webinar on the growing threat of floods, tsunamis, terrorist attacks and climate change…

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SATURDAY JUNE 11, Protest discharge of radioactive water into Pacific Ocean at Fukushima and San Onofre!

What do Fukushima and San Diego have in common? Answer:  Both are the sites of a failed nuclear power plant, and both sites are actively dumping radioactive waste into the Pacific Ocean.  Join us, Saturday, June 11, 2022 from 10am to Noon, as we gather with other concerned citizens to protest and educate our neighbors on the ongoing dumping of radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean…

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Thursday, February 10, 2022: San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station Community Engagement Panel 

Get a video of this meeting.   Today, the San Onofre Community Engagement Panel, which is controlled by Southern California Edison, will be hosting Dr. Kim Petry, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Department of Energy (DOE). Dr. Petry will discuss consent-based siting for federally approved temporary radioactive nuclear waste dumps. These facilities are known as Consolidated Interim Storage or "CIS." Get details on the Community Engagement...

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10 AM Saturday! Zoom presentation on San Onofre Nuclear Waste and Federal Litigation

This Zoom teleconference event is free, but you must register here in advance. This coming Saturday, April 24, at 10AM, Public Watchdogs will be presenting a status report and update on the ongoing legal and regulatory battle to safely store eternally deadly nuclear waste at the site of the failed San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS).  Click here to register. This event is hosted by the…

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Some people call today’s meeting the “Community Enragement Panel” …

… but whatever you choose to call it, it will be going on as a virtual meeting at 5:30 PM today, March 18 with the usual updates on the latest decommissioning activities at the failed San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS). For details on how to attend from your phone or computer, ask questions, or to speak publicly, please visit the SONGS Community public relations Web site…

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Shocking disclosures on Nuclear Safety Exposed in NRC Petition Review Board with Public Watchdogs, Stuart Scott, and Paul Blanch

On March 9, 2021, Public Watchdogs was granted a Petition Review Board meeting with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) in response to safety allegations levied by our consultant Paul Blanch.  Public Watchdogs has formally asserted that the beachfront Nuclear Waste Dump, or “Independent Spent Fuel Storage Installation” (ISFSI) at the failed San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS), is operating in a flood plain and tsunami inundation…

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Public NRC Meeting on San Onofre! Tuesday, March 9, 11:00am Pacific Time

This event ended March 9, 2021, but you can get the video here Get Edited Video, Part One, here: https://youtu.be/lZPTklqZ9DU Get Edited Video, Part Two, here: https://youtu.be/H_msZL5jSXs Get the unedited VIDEO of this event here:   https://bit.ly/3avCVAv (This version is unabridged, with dead air, etc.)   Announcement Please mark your calendar for next Tuesday, March 9, 11AM California time, when one of the heaviest hitters in the…

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SONGS Community “Engagement” Panel to hold virtual meeting August 20

CLICK HERE to attend the Skype Meeting Thursday, August 20th, ( at 5:30pm SoCal Edison is holding a virtual meeting on the failed San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS), via Skype teleconference      Southern California Edison needs to know they are accountable to people like you who have financed this nuclear boondoggle. When you attend by phone or via Skype, it sends a powerful message…

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SONGS Coastal Commission meeting on Thursday, October 17, 9:00 am, Chula Vista

Mark your calendar to speak out and attend the California Coastal Commission meeting on the planned demolition of the failed San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) in Chula Vista on Thursday, October 17, 2019. Get a copy of the agenda here. The meeting starts at 9:00 am at the Chula Vista City Council Chambers, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula Vista, CA 91910  (get map) Why this meeting…

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Nuclear Regulatory Commission “Town Hall,” August 20, 2019, 7PM in San Juan Capistrano – NRC to listen to public

This is your invitation to join Public Watchdogs and other concerned citizens on Tuesday, August 20, 7:00pm in San Juan Capistrano (get map) for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Town Hall on San Onofre. Here’s the official NRC announcement. NRC “Town Hall” San Juan Capistrano Community Center 25925 Camino Del Avion   San Juan Capistrano, CA   This may be your only chance to tell NRC what you…

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