Public Watchdogs launches “Fighting for our Future” PSA

For immediate Release, April 12, 2019 Ad alerts public to threat of nuclear waste for generations to come                     DATELINE San Diego, California — After launching the first public service announcement video of their “Ticking Time Bomb” public awareness campaign in late February, local nonprofit Public Watchdogs has unleashed a second PSA this week. “Fighting for our…

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Non-Public Video Upload Page – Edison publicly humiliated

Ironically, Edison’s March 28th Community Engagement panel Meeting took place on the 40th Anniversary of the Three-Mile-Island (TMI) nuclear meltdown. Two NRC representatives attended the meeting: Scott Morris, and Linda Howell. The video excerpts below are from that meeting, which can be viewed in its entirety on the Public Watchdogs YouTube Channel here. On August 3, 2018, a delicate thin-walled steel canister filled with a 100,000…

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Public Watchdogs behind “Ticking Time Bomb” Public Service Announcements – San Diego Union Tribune

Advocacy group buys airtime to oppose San Onofre nuclear waste                     Jeff McDonald   February 25, 2019,  4:55 PM  A San Diego advocacy nonprofit began airing new TV commercials Monday to warn about the potential dangers of storing nuclear waste from the San Onofre plant at the beach. The spot opens with traffic zooming along Interstate 5, north of Oceanside, past…

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Public Watchdogs presentation in Laguna Beach, this Sunday, 02-22-19, 10:30 AM

Public Watchdogs  Presentation on the status of the beachfront nuclear waste dump at San Onofre State Beach When:    Sunday, February 22, 2019, 1030:AM Where:   Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 429 Cypress Drive (get Map) Laguna Beach, CA, 92651   Order of Service:    Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Laguna Beach!   Here, we strive to be a dynamic and growing fellowship… Diverse in age, ethnicity,…

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Nuclear Regulatory Commission January 24, 2019 Pre-decisional Enforcement Conference (PEC)

Video Exclusive:  The San Onofre Predecisional Enforcement Conference on San Onofre, January 24, 2019. We have published this as a public service because the NRC is actively refusing to publish videos or transcripts of its webinars and webcasts promptly. The sound quality on the first video is poor due to a microphone problem, which we corrected in the second video.  To read our commentary on the…

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San Onofre Community Action Kit

Imagine being able to get real-time radiation readings from YOUR community in the event of a nuclear disaster at San Onofre! WHO:       Fellow citizens who are concerned about radiation in our communities. WHAT:    We want you to request Real-Time Radiation Monitoring (Click here for LIVE SAFECAST RADIATION READINGS one mile from the beachfront nuclear waste dump at San Onofre) WHEN:    Now. WHERE: …

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Why storing nuclear waste 108 feet from San Onofre State Beach is a bad idea

Get this document as a PDF If nothing is done, Southern California Edison, will complete the burial of 73 giant canisters of deadly  radioactive waste 108 feet from the beach at San Onofre State Park on land leased from Camp Pendleton. Use these talking points when you are communicating the situation at San Onofre. As of this date, 29 of the 73 canisters have been buried. 1.   Nuclear waste…

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Amended Complaint filed in Federal Court to stop beachfront nuclear waste dump at San onofre

Public Watchdogs files Amended Complaint to stop burial of nuclear waste at the beachfront San Onofre Nuclear Waste Dump Today Public Watchdogs announced that is has filed a 65 page amended complaint in its lawsuit to remove the nuclear waste from the beach at the newly contructed San Onofre State Beach Park Nuclear Waste Dump. Southern California Edison, which currently owns the Dump, prefers to refer to it as an “ISFSI,”…

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Near-Miss Accident at San Onofre

https://publicwatchdogs.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/NBC_Near-Miss-Accident_Broadcast_09-24-2018.mp4 This low-quality capture of NBC San Diego video from September 24, 2018, is reposted to the Public Watchdogs Web site  under the fair use provision of U.S. copyright law and is for internal use by Public Watchdogs only.   Please view the original video HERE. Text of story as of 09-25-18: ‘Serious Near Miss’ Accident at San Onofre Sparks NRC Investigation Expert warns of the potential…

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Letter protesting NRC denial of independent public observers

VIA EMAIL, Fri, 7 Sep 2018 14:51:31 -0700 Subject: NRC Special Inspection of SONGS, initiated August 17, 2018 Dear NRC Deputy Division Manager Linda Howell, Thank you for speaking with me this morning for the purpose of denying my request to observe the NRC’s regulatory activities this coming Monday, September 10. This morning, on or around 9:15 AM Pacific Time, you called to inform me   that you…

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WOW!!! We did it!

The goal for the first $50,000.00 has been reached!  Thank you! Thanks to members like you we managed to raise $50,000.00 in four-and-one-half days toward our legal costs!  Thank you for helping us reach our first goal! We will use this money to seek a court-order that stops Southern California Edison from burying nuclear waste on the beach at San Onofre. As of noon yesterday, (August…

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Transcript of Whistle Blower David Fritch at San Onofre Community Engagement Panel Meeting, August 9, 2018

DAVID FRITCH:    Thank you. My name is David Fritch. I am a worker on the ISFSI project.[1] I work on the spent fuel. I work as a – (to get a video of this transcript,Danger at San Onofre click here). PANEL MEMBER:  Spell your name. DAVID FRITCH:   F-R-I-T-C-H.  I do industrial Safety, so OSHA stuff, not nuclear stuff, but I’m out there, and I may not have…

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