PUBLIC WATCHDOGS’ CHRONOLOGICAL ORIGINAL RESEARCH OUTLINE

PUBLIC WATCHDOGS’ CHRONOLOGICAL ORIGINAL RESEARCH OUTLINE   October 17, 2019: The CCC held a public meeting in Chula Vista, CA in which Special Condition 19 was approved by the CCC while the attending public was denied written access to the content of Special Condition 19 even though was drafted three days prior to the meeting. NOTE: Public Watchdogs’ Executive Director Langley, Development Director Babiarz, Intern Alverez…

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A2202016

This page will have links to documents referenced in Southern California Edison’s Application 22-02-016 before the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). Link to Bitly url shortener  (makes long and unwieldy hyperlinks shorter at https://bitly.com/) Signed Edison Non-disclosure Agreement CPUC Rules of Practice and Procedure Recent updates to Rules of Practice and Procedure Access to A2202016 Documents filed with CPUC by all Parties: 1) A2202016 CPUC Proceeding…

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Public Watchdogs Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) request to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)

FOIA REQUEST: Under the Freedom of Information Act, please provide a copy of all referenced attachments and meeting notes contained within the NRC’s recent response to FOIA 2022–000142 previously submitted by Mr. Paul Blanch (see the original Blanch FOIA request at this NRC page: https://bit.ly/3TO5Swu ). A fee waiver and expedited processing are requested. Details:  Please provide copies of all calendar attachments and notes for The…

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These Leaders Deserve Your Vote of Thanks

Your utility bills are going to increase because of a reckless vote cast by your elected officials to keep Diablo Canyon open. Last night your representatives under cloak of darkness, in a secret midnight vote, opted to put their political aspirations above the public safety. How? By voting to keep the dangerously decrepit Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant open for business past its prime. Even if…

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Meet Charles “Chuck” Lowery

Charles Lowery is an Oceanside native, a graduate of Oceanside High School, class of 1969. He is a local businessman who has grown a small bakery into a successful business with distribution throughout the state of California. He is a member of the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce and understands the need for a prosperous community without sacrificing the things we all love about Southern California. Lowery…

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Why nuclear energy is insane (and why regulators from four nuclear nations have denounced it as an energy source)

Former Chair of  U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission rejects nuclear energy as “not safe” and “not smart” Dateline May 12, 2022 —  E, the Environmental Magazine, has published a compelling article by journalist Sara Mosko titled the Insanity of Expanding Nuclear Energy.  The story explains how four of the world’s top nuclear regulators have issued a joint statement rejecting nuclear energy as a clean, green solution to…

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Diane Ray Washington Post commentary – Is nuclear waste really “fat dumb and happy?”

On April 11, 2022, the Washington Post published this article, What should America do with its Nuclear Waste? Public Watchdogs member, Diane Ray, responded with this letter to the editor: On April 10, 2022, Jerry Stephenson, ISFSI engineer manager at the nuclear waste dump at San Onofre, was quoted in the Washington Post, saying that the dry fuel storage at San Onofre is entirely “self-sufficient” one…

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How to locate and contact County and City of San Diego elected officials, plus California State Assembly and State Senate

This page contains hard-to-get phone numbers and email addresses of your elected representatives  in San Diego County by zip code and District. Let your elected leaders know what you are upset about and that it is their job to try and fix the problem. If you have ideas about what to do, let them know. CA Senate District Map California State Senator Phone Number Email Address…

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