Nuke plant VP says firm agreed to Vt. oversight
BRATTLEBORO, Vt. - A vice president of the company that owns the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant said Tuesday he wrote a letter almost three years ago acknowledging the company needed state permission to keep the plant operating beyond March 2012 when its current license expires.
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#1 Sep 14, 2011
The most important sentence in this whole article is waaaay down bottom, of course: "Entergy lawyer Robert Juman got Thayer to agree that the legislators he spoke with listed safety at Vermont Yankee as their top concern".
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