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Virtual Indian Point Regional Decommissioning Forum

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When:
November 20, 2020: 2:00PM to 3:30PM
Where:
Online
To Attend:
Registration required

Dismantling reactor domePresentations will feature information on NYS’ Decommissioning Oversight Board and other related legislation, an overview of the proposed Indian Point license transfer from Entergy to Holtec, Intl. Also included will be case study experience from other reactor communities, emphasizing what has worked and what hasn’t.

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Agenda

  • Remarks by Westchester County Legislator Colin Smith, who will introduce County Legislator Catherine Borgia to moderate.
  • Update on Indian Point License Transfer Application (LTA) pending before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).
  • NYS Decommissioning Oversight Board (DOB) and related legislation to protect the community.
    DOB sponsors, NYS Assemblywoman Sandy Galef and NYS Senator Peter Harckham, will explain the importance of this groundbreaking legislation for Indian Point and the three other nuclear power plants in western NY.
  • Panel of Representatives of Reactor Communities: Local Voices of Experience: Update from 2019 presentations for nearby reactor communities being decommissioned by Holtec in MA and NJ
  • Q & A Panel Discussion: Clearwater Environmental Action Director, Manna Jo Greene, will join Legislator Borgia in moderating this panel discussion with all of the presenters. Elected officials and Task Force and NDCAP members will be given priority when asking questions.

Sponsors: Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Riverkeeper, SEnRG, NYS Assemblymember Sandy Galef, NYS Senator Peter Harckham, Westchester County Legislators Colin Smith and Catherine Borgia and others.

Invitees: Invitations will be actively extended to key stakeholder and decision-makers, and to the media. This will include Federal, State and local elected and appointed officials, including the NYS PSC; members of the Indian Point State and Local Task Forces, the NDCAP and others. The Forum is free and open to the public.

Registration: Registration is required for this virtual event. Details on joining the webinar will be sent upon registering.

For further information: Manna Jo Greene, Environmental Director, Hudson River Sloop Clearwater: [email protected] 845-265-8080 x 7113 or Matt Salton, Clearwater Environmental Associate at [email protected] 914-844-9821

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