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Gary Headrick from San Clemente Greens just emailed me about an event that I think anyone living in Orange, L.A. and Riverside County will be interested in attending. I am sure you all heard on the news and from our own Ron & Anna Winship that Southern California Edison is laying off about 730 employees to cut costs in the near future.
There is a lot more to that story and I am sure residents would like to know more about what could happen since it looks like San Onofore will stay closed. Instead of me telling you about the events I will just let Gary speak for himself. In other words this is a press release.
We are pleased to promote these two presentations, both on August 25, and hope you will share this with your friends, especially those living to the south of our nuclear power plant.
“The Risks of Restarting the Damaged San Onofre Nuclear Plant”
Special visiting Speaker: Daniel Hirsch
Saturday, August 25 — TWO locations!10 a.m. to Noon: Oceanside Community Room, 330 North Coast Highway, Oceanside,920543-5 p.m. Peace Resource Center of San Diego, 3850 Westgate Place, SD 92015The crippled San Onofre nuclear reactors pose an unacceptable and unnecessary health and safety risk to our environment and our communities. It leaves Southern California Edison and SDG&E ratepayers footing a670.8 million dollar bill for critically-flawed steam generator equipment.Learn more about the situation and what we can do!Daniel Hirsch is a Lecturer on Nuclear Policy and former Director of theStevenson Program on Nuclear Police at UC Santa Cruz and Presidentof the Committee to Bridge the Gap, a 42-year-old organization