Neighboring Mass. towns see plant's closing as good news
Officials from towns nearest the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant greeted news of Entergy Corp.'s decision to close the 41-year-old reactor with pleasure and reservations.
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Since: Aug 13
#1 Aug 30, 2013
The Economic demise of VT, and north western MA will be swift and devastating.
There is zero basis for ecological problems the anti's like to spew.
#2 Aug 30, 2013
Don't worry, flyoverland simpletons will just burn a bit more coal to produce the extra energy, and federal paper will pay for it.
It will work for a short while, until Vermont is fully subservient.
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