9/26/2012 Encinitas City Council Meeting
Encinitas City Council unanimously approved sending a letter to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) and to Federal legislators expressing safety concerns about San Onofre and insisting that
- All measures be taken to assure the complete and total safety of the [San Onofre] SONGS facility, both mechanically and operationally, before any consideration is given to permitting reactivation, up to and including consideration of deactivation of the facility.
- The NRC completes a comprehensive study of the SONGS that includes a public and transparent licensing amendment process before any unit is brought back online.
Letter from Encinitas City Council to Senator Boxer
- Council member Teresa Barth and council vote
- Cathy Iwane – evacuated Japan after Fukushima; now Solano Beach resident
- Don Mosier – Del Mar City Council member; radiation safety and biology scientist
- Torgen Johnson – Solano Beach resident
- Carol Jahnkow – Encinitas resident
- City Council meeting – all speakers – video by Ace Hoffman
9/26/2012 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