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Stop PG&E from obtaining a permit from the California Central Coastal Commission

PLEASE ROUTE THIS ACTION ITEM (October 10, 2012 Deadline):

Stop PG&E from obtaining a permit from the California Central Coastal Commission for a consistency certification to conduct a 3-D seismic imaging survey in state and federal waters off shore of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant that could trigger an earthquake and will be harming and possibly killing our marine mammals and fish!

Write a letter or attend the public meeting.

Public Meeting Information:

Date:  Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Time:  9:00 a.m.

Location:  Oceanside City Council Chambers
300 North Coast Hwy
Oceanside, CA 92054Oceanside, CA

http://www.coastal.ca.gov/mtgcurr.html

Note:  The public normally have 3 minutes to speak to the Commission so prepare a brief statement.

What would you do if the California Central Coast had a Tsunami that destroyed the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant which was built on a fault line, in San Luis Obispo County at Avila Beach?






 

 

Diablo Canyon Power Plant

Diablo Canyon Power Plant is an electricity-generating nuclear power plant at Avila Beach in San Luis Obispo County, California. The plant has two Westinghouse-designed 4-loop pressurized-water nuclear reactors operated by Pacific Gas & Electric.

If approved by the California Central Coastal Commission, PG&E will spend $8 million to monitor the effects of the blasts on marine life in protected areas.  Where is that money coming from?  Is this study really necessary?

Please research this issue and submit your comments to the California Central Coastal Commission by October 10, 2012.  (See the information below.)

Please send a letter, email or telephone the California Coastal Commission (CCC), no later than October 10, 2012 and request that they do not approve a permit request from Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) to conduct a Seismic Imaging Project along the Pacific Coast offshore from San Luis Obispo County.  Also, send this letter to your Federal/State Legislature and PG&E.

Mailing Address/Email/Phone:


Dan Carl, Deputy Director,

California Coastal Commission – Central Coast District Office
725 Front Street, Suite 300
Santa Cruz, CA 95060-4508
(831) 427-4863 (831) 427-4863
FAX (831) 427-4877

If possible, please attend the meeting and express your concerns the public meeting at the

California Coastal Commission Meeting:

Date:  Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Time:  9:00 a.m.

Location:  Oceanside City Council Chambers
300 North Coast Hwy
Oceanside, CA 92054Oceanside, CA

http://www.coastal.ca.gov/mtgcurr.html

Note:  The public normally have 3 minutes to speak to the Commission so prepare a brief statement.

U.S. Legislature Contact Information:  http://www.usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml

PG&E Contact Information:

Linda Y. H. Cheng

Vice President, Corporate Governance and Corporate Secretary

77 Beale Street, 24th Floor

Mail Code B24W

San Francisco, CA 94105

Phone: 415-267-7070

Fax: 415-973-8719

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