Activists, panel spar over nuke waste – San Diego Union Tribune

Public Watchdogs says commission’s permit for storage site invalid By Rob Nikolewski, San Diego Union Tribune December 8, 2017 This story is reproduced under the Fair Use provision of U.S. copyright law. Please get the original story as it appeared in the San Diego Union Tribune here.  A San Diego activist group that wants to block nuclear waste from being stored at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating…

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 MUSIC FOR THE REVOLUTION  OCT 8 FALLBROOK SAN DIEGO MUSIC FESTIVAL

MUSIC FOR THE REVOLUTION IS SPONSORING A NON-PROFIT FUNDRAISER FOR PUBLIC WATCHDOGS Put on a helmet because the local talent at this all-day festival sponsored by Music for the Revolution will blow your mind.  Proceeds from this nine-hour concert will benefit Public Watchdogs and the Fallbrook Food Pantry.  Music For the Revolution is fulfilling the goal of “Gathering community around important causes through the power of music!   WHO:   The Casey Hensley Band   Shane Hall  …

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Media Advisory: Could a leaking can at San Onofre cause mass evacuations for millions of people?

Leaked documents show Edison has no way to inspect nuclear waste containers for deadly cracks WHO:        Charles Langley of Public Watchdogs and Donna Gilmore of San Onofre Safety are available for comment today. WHAT:       A leaked Edison presentation reveals that the corporation has no way of inspecting its nuclear waste canisters for damages that could result in deadly radioactive leaks and mass evacuations WHEN:      Langley (San Diego) and…

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Settlement talks to move deadly nuke waste fail to remove the waste to a new location

Contrary to public expectations, settlement talks about finding an alternative location for nuclear waste burial at San Onofre have failed to prevent the burial of waste at the beach. But it isn’t stopping the plaintiffs from declaring victory. AUGUST 28, SAN DIEGO:  Today, the activist group Citizens Oversight announced that it has successfully negotiated an out-of-court settlement (get a copy of the settlement here) that allows…

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New Video: Is Edison’s Community Engagement panel a Sham?

The San Onofre Community Engagement panel is a ratepayer-funded public relations effort by Southern California Edison. It is designed not to “engage” but to pacify the public and politicians into believing that Edison is a responsible, honest, law-abiding corporation that can be a trusted steward of its deadly radioactive waste from the San Onofre Nuclear Generating station known as SONGS. Get the video. SIGN THE PETITION

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San Onofre — another Chernobyl?

Radiation would be 40 times worse By Don Bauder, June 14, 2017 A terrorist attack that could endanger 8.5 million people. Who cares? A tsunami or earthquake that could spread even wider damage. Yawn. A potentially disastrous meltdown. Fuhgeddaboudit. A utility stock that zooms upward, paying fat dividends. Bingo! Finally, you are talking about something important. Wall Street has that view: the only thing important about utilities is…

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Advertisements in Social Media and Newspapers for April 14, 2017 Event

Post these images on Social Media, #HazMatSurf, #SonOnofreGate !!! The public is invited to attend a media event at 1:00 PM  on April  14th on the steps of the San Diego Hall of Justice at 330 West Broadway San Diego (get map) to draw attention to the HazMat Surf problem at the newly built San Onofre Nuclear Waste Dump.  Conveniently located just 36 yeards from the sugar-sand…

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Surfrider Foundation budgets $62 Million on Beach Cleanup over ten year period

IRS tax forms expose Surfrider Foundation Revenues The following tables show actual IRS form 990 for the Surfrider Foundation. Public Watchdogs was unable to obtain tax data for the last three years, so our investigators estimated the gross receipts for those years at six million per annum. Surfrider Revenue by Year, 2006 — 2016 Reported Receipts ITEM YEAR Surfrider 2016 Tax Filing $6,000,000.00 (estimated, report not available) Surfrider 2014…

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Court Room Ettiquette

Basic Courtroom Etiquette The Superior Court is a solemn place of justice within the San Diego Hall of Justice.  Audiences for court hearings must remain absolutely silent, in and immediately outside the Court.  Clapping, or even whispering during a court hearing are strictly prohibited and could result in forcible removal by the Bailiff. In the upcoming hearing, our attorneys may have only minutes to make their arguments before the…

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Public Watchdogs Funding need

Below is a list of funding needs for Public Watchdogs Updated: March 19, 2017 Web hosting Portable projector for PowerPoint presentations (see sample) $359.00 Web site maintenance, design, and updates, $275 monthly, $3,300.00 annually (Sponsored through July, 2017) News Desktop PC, with Windows 7 or 8 professional:  $725.00  (Sponsored) SDSU Intern, Erin Deuble, Nuclear Waste Sustainability Analyst: $980.00 Non-Profit General Liability Insurance annual January premium $691.00 [Sponsored!]…

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Call Swarm, San Diego Board of Supervisors, Nuclear Waste

WHAT:      San Diego Water Protectors – San Diego County Board of Supervisors Call Swarm WHY:         To put the issue of San Onofre Nuclear Waste on the San Diego Board of Supervisors’ meeting Agenda  WHO:       Dianne Jacob and Ron Roberts; Co-Chairs of San Diego Board of Supervisors  Sub-Committee on San Onofre WHERE:   Any Telephone WHEN:     Monday, March 13th, 2017 – 8 AM to 5 PM HOW:         Call Dianne Jacob at…

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CHIEF BLACK FOX SPEAKS: Nuclear Waste and Native American Prophecy

THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY:   Hear Chief Delbert Black Fox Pomani, the Great, Great Grandson of Sitting Bull, and advocates from Public Watchdogs explain the role of Native American prophecy, Sacred Activism, and why the San Onofre nuclear waste dump has become our community’s own Standing Rock.  Discover what you can do to help, and the role of Sacred Activism in protecting ourselves and future generations….

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