Wake up, Governor
Last year, all 15 Cape towns approved a nonbinding petition at town meeting that urged the governor "to call upon the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to uphold its mandate to shut Entergy's Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth because the public safety, particularly Cape and Islands' residents and visitors, cannot be assured."
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#1 Feb 15, 2014
A post based purely on uneducated and unrealistic knowledge of both the need for a mix of energy sources as well as the high emphasis on safety Nuclear plant operators set. Shutting down a resource such as Pilgrim Station makes no sense and in fact puts the area in danger of being held hostage to the volatile prices for energy that will inevitably result in loss of a non-polluting energy source.
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