9/26/2012 Encinitas City Council Meeting

San Onofre is Item 6 on the agenda for the September 26, 2012 6:00 p.m. Encinitas City Council Meeting.

Council Chambers
505 South Vulcan Avenue, Encinitas, California 92024

Contact information for City Council members can be found at this link.

Agenda Item 6 (San Onofre)

    • Presentation by the San Diego County Office of Emergency Services on the San Onofre Nuclear Generation Station Emergency Response Plan.
    • Consideration of a draft letter to federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission and federal legislators expressing public safety concerns, including the following language:

It is of the utmost importance that all measures be taken to assure the complete and total safety of the SONGS facility, both mechanically and operationally, before any consideration is given to permitting reactivation, up to and including consideration of deactivation of the facility.

    • STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive information, review draft letter and provide direction.

Agenda Attachment – City Manager Report, San Diego Emergency Services Presentation, Draft Letter to NRC Chair, Notice of 10/9/2012 NRC meeting

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2 Responses to 9/26/2012 Encinitas City Council Meeting

  1. rsauerheber says:

    Dr. Richard Sauerheber
    Dear Encinitas City Council,
    We appreciate very much you taking an interest in safety issues concerning the San Onofre nuclear fission reactor in your upcoming meeting.

    There should not even be a discussion required for the fact that the San Onofre fission plant should be shut down permanently. The National Academies Press recently published the astronomical amounts of radiaoctive substances that are emitted from San Onofre and other reactors of its kind in the U.S.., most of the radiation being gaseous metals unable to be trapped by pollultion control devices, plus large amounts of tritium water released regularly around the plant.

    San Diego is soon to start using waste water for drinking water and the initial tests indicate the source material has large amounts of tritium water in it that cannot be removed by either reverse osmosis or even by distillation, and the source of the waste water has not been revealed to the public. It is time that America returns to being an organic Nation, with clean reliable air and water supplies without useless chemicals at all.

    Richard Sauerheber, Ph.D. Chemistry
    Palomar College, San Marcos,CA
    760-744-2547
    Dear EncinitasCity Council,

    We appreciate very much you taking an interest in safety issues concerning the San Onofre nuclear fission reactor in your upcoming meeting.

    There should not even be a discussion required for the fact that the San Onofre fission plant should be shut down permanently. The National Academies Press recently published the astronomical amounts of radiaoctive substances that are emitted from San Onofre and other reactors of its kind in the U.S.., most of the radiation being gaseous metals unable to be trapped by pollultion control devices, plus large amounts of tritium water released regularly around the plant.

    San Diego is soon to start using waste water for drinking water and the initial tests indicate the source material has large amounts of tritium water in it that cannot be removed by either reverse osmosis or even by distillation, and the source of the waste water has not been revealed to the public. It is time that America returns to being an organic Nation, with clean reliable air and water supplies without useless chemicals at all.

    Richard Sauerheber, Ph.D. Chemistry
    Dear EncinitasCity Council,

    We appreciate very much you taking an interest in safety issues concerning the San Onofre nuclear fission reactor in your upcoming meeting.

    There should not even be a discussion required for the fact that the San Onofre fission plant should be shut down permanently. The National Academies Press recently published the astronomical amounts of radiaoctive substances that are emitted from San Onofre and other reactors of its kind in the U.S.., most of the radiation being gaseous metals unable to be trapped by pollultion control devices, plus large amounts of tritium water released regularly around the plant.

    San Diego is soon to start using waste water for drinking water and the initial tests indicate the source material has large amounts of tritium water in it that cannot be removed by either reverse osmosis or even by distillation, and the source of the waste water has not been revealed to the public. It is time that America returns to being an organic Nation, with clean reliable air and water supplies without useless chemicals at all.

    Richard Sauerheber, Ph.D. Chemistry

  2. rsauerheber says:

    Dr. Richard Sauerheber
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    Dear EncinitasCity Council,

    We appreciate very much you taking an interest in safety issues concerning the San Onofre nuclear fission reactor in your upcoming meeting.

    There should not even be a discussion required for the fact that the San Onofre fission plant should be shut down permanently. The National Academies Press recently published the astronomical amounts of radiaoctive substances that are emitted from San Onofre and other reactors of its kind in the U.S.., most of the radiation being gaseous metals unable to be trapped by pollultion control devices, plus large amounts of tritium water released regularly around the plant.

    San Diego is soon to start using waste water for drinking water and the initial tests indicate the source material has large amounts of tritium water in it that cannot be removed by either reverse osmosis or even by distillation, and the source of the waste water has not been revealed to the public. It is time that America returns to being an organic Nation, with clean reliable air and water supplies without useless chemicals at all.

    Richard Sauerheber, Ph.D. Chemistry

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