The San Onofre nuclear power plant is on the Huntington Beach City Council agenda for Monday, November 5, 2012. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. San Onofre is Item #23 on the agenda addendum. Public comments are at the beginning of the meeting.
Council member Connie Boardman is recommending the City Council draft a resolution similar to that of Laguna Beach.Location Huntington Beach City Council Chambers 2000 Main Street Huntington Beach, CA 92648 .
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Recommend the Commissioners:
- Urge the Nuclear Regulator Commission to not allow restart of San Onofre until and unless Southern California Edison completes a license amendment process with a public, transparent hearing to determine the safety of the restart plan.
- Urge the California Public Utilities Commission to:
- Expedite the OII [Order of Investigation] regarding the financial status and viability of San Onofre to protect the ratepayers; and
- Not hold ratepayers responsible for errors which led to faulty replacement steam generators being installed, outage expenses, and the need for repair expenses; and
- Provide additional incentives and programs to support the rapid installation of new power generation, power savings, and grid stabilizing technologies; and
- Prioritize efficiency and renewable energy resources whenever possible.