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This Sunday!

JRWA Annual Meeting

January 29, 2017 / 2-5 pm

Jones River Landing, 55 Landing Road, Kingston

Please come to our Annual Meeting this Sunday beginning at 2PM for refreshments, followed by presentations to bring you up to date on all the happenings – conditions of Silver Lake, what we're doing about it, and how you can help; Elm Street "undamit" progress; status of Pilgrim and all its issues; and current plans at Jones River Landing. Vote for the new Board of Directors and commune with friends and allies. (No excuses – the Superbowl is the following week!) We all hope to see you there!

↑   Photosimulation by Stantec of an undammed Elm Street bridge.

Important NRC Public Hearing
on Pilgrim’s Problems

Tuesday, January 31, 2017 / 6:30-9 pm

Doors open at 5:30 pm
Hotel 1620 at Plymouth Harbor, Grand Ballroom
180 Water Street, Plymouth

Earlier this month, a long list of state officials – including the Governor and Attorney General – demanded that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) hold a public hearing to discuss the status of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station and to address the recent inspection, the leaked internal email, and recent valve leaks and related shutdown. The NRC has given in to the request and is holding a hearing on January 31st, where the public can make comments or pose questions to the NRC. Anyone who cares about public safety and environmental health in southeastern Massachusetts should plan to attend this hearing.

Pilgrim Performance Analysis

In response to the leaked NRC email mentioned above, a Pilgrim Nuclear Safety Performance Analysis was published last week by two Cape Cod residents. The report looks at not only Pilgrim’s safety performance, but also at Entergy’s — Pilgrim’s owner and operator. The report presents some alarming conclusions and affirms what was in the NRC’s email. Read the analysis →

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