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I had a free morning so I drove to San Onofre State Beach. The internet told me they have beach camping there, the kind where you can pitch your tent right by the sand, but I couldn’t get anyone on the the phone to answer questions about availability, so I checked it out with my free day. 1,033 more words
From the Ecological Options Network
Why No Tribal Voices on San Onofre Waste?
Published on May 28, 2017
When SONGS Community Engagement Panel Secretary Dan Stetson asked about Native American involvement in the process of dealing with San Onofre’s 3 tons of nuclear waste, Edison’s Tom Palmisano assured the Panel that tribal governments had been consulted as part of normal procedure. 35 more words
The massive, 150-ton turbines have stopped spinning. The mile-long cooling pipes that extend into the Pacific will likely become undersea relics. High voltage that once energized the homes of more than a million Californians is down to zero. 94 more words
SAN ONOFRE, Calif. — A shark sighting prompted a public warning Friday for visitors to San Onofre-area beaches.
Surfers reported seeing an 8- to 10-foot shark in a surf break known as Old Man’s, according to officials at Camp Pendleton, whose property includes a stretch of ocean shoreline in the vicinity. 57 more words
SAN DIEGO – The Vista woman who survived a shark attack at San Onofre Beach in April has had seven surgeries to repair massive injuries but remains optimistic, Dr. 346 more words
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – San Onofre State Beach reopened to the public Wednesday morning, four days after a near-fatal shark attack prompted authorities to close the stretch of ocean shoreline near the border of San Diego and Orange counties. 278 more words