Anti Nuclear activists are asking the Governor's office and Nuclear Regulatory Commission to keep Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station offline until the plant's emergency procedures and evacuation plans are re-evaluated following Hurricane Sandy.
Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station is only seven years from closure, and local legislators, residents, and government officials met in Lacey address what the region will do when one of its largest employers closes down for good.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will have its plans for fuel storage re-evaluated after a federal court decision no longer allows power plants -including Oyster Creek-from storing radioactive waste on site for up to 60 years after a plant closes down.
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