Please attend the March 20th (6 pm) San Clemente City Council meeting to show your support for independent radiation monitoring in San Clemente.
Location: San Clemente City Hall, 100 Avenida Presidio, San Clemente, CA.
The public has no access to timely radiation data from any source. Southern California citizens have a right to know radiation levels near the San Onofre nuclear power plant. This won’t happen without your support.
The agenda will be available later in March. Check the San Clemente City Council website.
See more information on current radiation monitoring.
At the February 21, 2012 City Council meeting, council member Lori Donchak made the motion to put the issue of radiation monitoring on the agenda and it was supported by a unanimous vote of the City Council. However, no promises were made by the City Council to take any action to add radiation monitoring or to even recognize that there is a need to do this. See San Clemente to look at radiation monitoring – OC Register 2/22/2012.
For details on why nuclear power is not needed in San Clemente, see Energy Options.