You’re not powerless. Here is a list of suggestions of what you can do to help improve our safety against the real risk of nuclear disaster in our communities.
- What you can do to help
- Handouts to share with your community
- Follow this website. Enter email address on right column of this screen.
- Contact us if you would like to be more involved.
- Search official federal publications from all three government branches − GPO Federal Digital System (FDsys), e.g., Federal Register.
- State and Federal Elected Officials
- City, County, State and Federal Elected Officials contact information
- U.S. Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works has Senate oversite of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. CA Senator Barbara Boxer is the current Chairman.
- Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)
- NRC Commissioners contact information
- NRC Public Meeting Schedule
- NRC Commission Meeting Webcast Information
- NRC hearing dockets and discovery materials for each nuclear plant
- NRC Fukushima Lessons – Status of Implementation
- NRC Organization and Functions
- NRC U.S. Operating Reactors – links to details on each reactor
- NRC U.S. Decomissioning sites – links to details on each non-operating reactor and other radioactive facilities
- 72.214 List of Approved Spent Fuel Storage Casks
- NRC Dry Spent Fuel Storage Designs Approved for General Use (not up to date, but contains links)
- Spent Fuel Storage Licensing (Site-Specific and General Licenses)
- NRC Approved Applications for Power Uprates
- Interim Staff Guidance (ISG) used by the Spent Fuel Project Office
- Part 71—Packaging and Transportation of Radioactive Material
- Part 72—Licensing Requirements for the Independent Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel, High-Level Radioactive Waste, and reactor-related greater than Class C Waste
- Governing legislation for nuclear power and waste
- NRC SONGS [San Onofre] Special Oversite Public Documents
- NRC SONGS [San Onofre] Steam Generator Tube Degradation
- NRC Information Digest, 2013–2014 (statistics and downloadable spreadsheets)
- NRC Region IV Organization
- NRC Names Marc L. Dapas as Region IV Administrator (NRC PR 8/9/2013)
- NRC Region IV Organization Chart 1/31/2012
- California State Government
- California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)
- California Public Utilities Commissioners
- CPUC Nuclear Power website
- Proposed settlement agreement, April 3, 2014
- “I don’t have to answer your goddamn questions. Now shutup..”, CPUC President Michael Peevey responds when Attorney Michael Aguire questioned the settlement and what Peevey knew.
- Money in State Politics: FollowtheMoney.org
- State Political Contributions, California Secretary of State
- LegiScan.com — Find and track legislation
- Radio & Television News Association of SoCal — Station Contacts
- Post your event on KPFK-LA radio station
- Nuclear reactors and industry around the world
- Nuclear utilities around the world
- Nuclear waste management companies and related links
- Photos of nuclear facilities around the world (www.nukeworker.com)
Know Your Rights
§ 11120. Findings and short title
It is the public policy of this state that public agencies exist to aid in the conduct of the people’s business and the proceedings of public agencies be conducted openly so that the public may remain informed.
In enacting this article the Legislature finds and declares that it is the intent of the law that actions of state agencies be taken openly and that their deliberation be conducted openly.
The people of this state do not yield their sovereignty to the agencies which serve them. The people, in delegating authority, do not give their public servants the right to decide what is good for the people to know and what is not good for them to know. The people insist on remaining informed so that they may retain control over the instruments they have created.
This article shall be known and may be cited as the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act.
Cal. Gov. Code § 11124.1.(a): Any person attending an open and public meeting of the state body shall have the right to record the proceedings with an audio or video recorder or a still or motion picture camera in the absence of a reasonable finding by the state body that the recording cannot continue without noise, illumination, or obstruction of view that constitutes, or would constitute, a persistent disruption of the proceedings.