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Juanita’s Memorial Parade & Service

This Saturday, May 30, activists from around the country will gather in Greenfield to honor Juanita Nelson. Juanita and her husband, Woody Nelson, helped organize the first Freedom Rides in the 1940s and became war tax resisters at that time. … Continue reading

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May 28 NDCAP – June 1 NRC – June 4 PSB

UPCOMING … details below May 28: NDCAP Meeting — PSB & dry cask storage pad on the agenda June 1: NRC public comment period on EPZ ends June 4: Public hearing on PSB & dry cask storage pad June 13-16: … Continue reading

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Fukushima 2015

In 2011, we watched in horror as triple disasters unfolded in Japan.  We learned that at Fukushima Dai’ichi were Mark 1 GE BWR  reactors  — the same age,make and model as VT Yankee. We watched explosions in reactors that looked … Continue reading

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We Are Stakeholders

Tonight may be our last chance to look the NRC staff in the eye and tell them what we think of Entergy & the NRC’s nuclear regulations. So come on over at 6pm to the Quality Inn in Brattleboro Putney … Continue reading

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NDCAP Meeting, Jan. 28

Vermont’s Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel will meet next Wednesday, January 28 at the Quality Inn (Putney Road, Brattleboro) from 6-9pm. (This is a change from the Jan. 22 date set at the December meeting). All NDCAP meetings are open … Continue reading

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NDCAP Agenda & Location

The Agenda for Thursday’s NDCAP meeting has been posted, at long last. It will be held in the Multi Purpose Room, Fairgrounds Road, Brattleboro Union High School. 6-9pm. Go to our Event post for details.      

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Evacuation Drill a “Success”

Success? With 4,0000-6,000 evacuees expected in real life, “…about 15 “actors” — many of them off-duty Windham County deputy sheriffs — played the role of Vernon and Guilford residents” at an evac center where  they were registered by 14 Red … Continue reading

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NDCAP Tonight: A Rush Job

Nuclear Decommissioning Citizen Advisory Panel (NDCAP) is meeting tonight at 6pm at the Marlboro Graduate Center, Room 2-E, in downtown Brattleboro  (28 Vernon Street, just past the Museum). Last week the NDCAP hosts, the VT Dept of Public Service, announced that … Continue reading

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NDCAP Meeting Thursday 10.30

The second meeting of the Nuclear Decommissioning Citizen Advisory Panel is 6:00pm on Thursday, October 30, at Vernon Elementary School Muli-Purpose Room on Governor Hunt Road in Vernon. NDCAP meetings are open to the public, and an opportunity to hear … Continue reading

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Entergy Decomm on the Web, Twitter

Entergy has a new Twitter account: @VYSafstor  (Guess that says it all), a new Facebook page www.facebook.com/vydecommissioning and a new website dedicated to decommissioning VT Yankee. http://vydecommissioning.com/ P.S. Their “History” on the website is a bit incomplete. We’ll give them … Continue reading

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