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8/7/2012 Laguna Beach City Council Meeting

Laguna Beach unanimously adopts San Onofre Resolution No.12.068:

… NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that San Onofre should not restart until and unless Edison completes a license amendment process with a public, transparent hearing to determine the safety of the restart plan; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City of Laguna Beach urges the California Public Utilities Commission to proceed with its plan to expeditiously issue an OII [Order of Investigation] regarding the financial status and viability of San Onofre to protect the ratepayers; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that ratepayers should not be held responsible for errors which led to faulty replacement steam generators being installed, outage expenses, and the need for repair expenses; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that additional incentives and programs are urgently needed to support the rapid installation of new power generation, power savings, and grid stabilizing technologies; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that these new electricity solutions should prioritize efficiency and renewable energy resources whenever possible.

Laguna Beach San Onofre Resolution No.12.068 (Word version).

Laguna Beach San Onofre Resolution No.12.068 (PDF version).

Watch 8/7/2012 City Council Meeting (Item 18 – San Onofre).

2/7/2012 Laguna Beach City Council Meeting

Laguna Beach City Council says San Onofre is not safe and there is no safe evacuation plan.

The council on a 4 to 1 vote, with Elizabeth Pearson declining, agreed to join San Clemente in demanding that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) enforce stricter safety measures and comprehensive evacuation plans or else permanently shutdown the San Onofre nuclear power plant.

“If it’s so bad that we can’t be evacuated, we need to stop operating it,” said council member Verna Rollinger.  “I wish it were going to shut down tomorrow. Either we need to figure out how to deal with nuclear issues in a safe manner or we need to change the way we get our electricity.”

The council will send a letter of support along with a copy of a 1982 city ordinance that supported San Clemente 30 years ago in requesting stricter safety measures when Unit 1 at San Onofre was shut down due to malfunction after only 46 days in operation.

Councilwoman Toni Iseman disclosed that, after five hours of internet research, she learned that Unit 1 is now buried at the San Onofre site.

“They were very thoughtful in the last 10 days to have the incidents that they’ve had so that everybody knows we’re not making this stuff up,” commented Iseman. “It’s one of those things where you go, ‘How did we miss this for so long?”

Tourism, the city’s biggest money-maker, would nosedive with toxic levels of radiation leaks, Iseman said.

See Agenda Item 23 San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant for details and video
See  Council Says SONGS Needs to Change Its Tune - Laguna Beach Independent 2/10/2012

2 Responses to Laguna Beach

  1. Pingback: Council Concerned About San Onofre Safety Issues | Laguna North Neighborhood Association

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