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Recommendations for temporary storage of Nuclear Waste at San Onofre

How long will SONGS  be a Nuclear Waste Dump? That answer is unclear at best. But for sure it will be here longer than anyone wants. 259 more words


Notes from David G. Victor SCE/CEP Chairman

Here are two important notes from David G. Victor SCE/CEP chairman.  Reading these carefully will give you insight into David’s understanding and misconceptions of how Southern California should proceed with the decommissioning of SONGS and it’s new life as a Nuclear Waste Dump, and how in the world to work with the NRC. 50 more words


Questions for SCE

Chris Thompson and Tom Palmisano of SCE,


1. How does the recent ruling from the NRC effect the bid process for the cask at San Onofre? 229 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrasts

This weeks photo challenge is entitles “Contrasts“.

This picture was taken at “Trail 1″ in San Onofre. A few weeks before hand there was a massive fire around this area due to a massive drought the region has been going through. 35 more words


Red-Legged Frogs at San Onofre State Beach?

What’s hoppin’ at Uppers?

Not this poor little guy.

On Wednesday, June 25th, I found him in the sand at water’s edge at the mouth of San Mateo Creek, the lagoon that flows into our favorite surf spot, Upper Trestles, at San Onofre State Beach. 206 more words

Take action at CPUC today your money is at stake

Dear Members and Supporters,

San Onofre SubsidiesCalifornia ratepayers have carried the whole financial burden of the San Onofre nuclear generator failures. If your home, business, school, shopping center or city hall is powered by Southern California Edison, you paid for the defective nuclear generators and management failures at San Onofre. 136 more words


Statement from Glenn Pascall, Sierra Club to the California Public Utilities Commission

June 16, 2014

President Peevey and Commission members,

As the Sierra Club’s San Onofre Task Force Chair, I am here on behalf of the 40,000 members of the Angeles Chapter, many of whom are ratepayers affected by the case before you today. 340 more words