Friday, January 26, 2018

Fwd: CEP Special Meeting - Petition - (Request for signatures by San Diego stakeholders) - Petition by Roger Johnson, (San Clemente) Professor Emeritus

(Forwarded by Ace Hoffman)

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From: Patricia Borchmann <patriciaborchmann@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2018 14:26:25 -0800
Subject: CEP Special Meeting - Petition - (Request for signatures by San Diego
stakeholders) - Petition by Roger Johnson, (San Clemente) Professor Emeritus

To my 48 blind carbon copy recipient friends in Escondido and San Diego county who share safety concerns about Edison's ISFSI at San Onofre, for indefinite onsite nuclear spent fuel storage on exposed coastline, only 108' feet from seawall : fyi -

My long time friend, stakeholder counterpart Roger Johnson (from San Clemente) seeks signatures from San Diego stakeholders on his Petition for San Onofre stakeholders in reactor communities to request a Special CEP Panel Meeting asap, due to the urgency of Edison's ongoing progress to place HOLTEC Umax containers of spent nuclear fuel into ISFSI, located partially underground on exposed coastline at San Onofre.

The digital file containing the Petition (prepared by Roger Johnson) is contained in digital file attachment. Roger Johnson is professor emeritus, with decades of experience, and technical expertise on San Onofre public health and safety issues.

Please preview proposed Petition at earliest opportunity. If you concur and wish to sign via electronic signature, please respond directly by email to Roger Johnson, to notify him of your consent to use electronic signature for the CEP Panel Petition, by remote users in San Diego County.

Roger is collecting signatures from stakeholders in Orange County, and LA County. If you know others in San Diego, or Riverside, or Imperial counties who would like to sign, please SHARE.

Many thanks all.

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A copy of the petition has been posted here:
http://acehoffman.blogspot.com/2018/01/petition-for-cep-meeting-on-preparation.html
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Patricia Borchmann's email has been forwarded by: Ace Hoffman, Carlsbad, California

Ace's additional comment: The "seawall" between the nuclear waste dump and the Pacific Ocean is in such poor condition that Southern California Edison has to ASSUME it would be worthless against a tsunami wave. It's not nearly tall enough for proper protection, anyway. For the BEST (and perhaps ONLY) solution to the nuclear waste problem (besides not making even MORE waste) see my previous newsletter on Spent Nuclear Fuel Neutralization:

http://acehoffman.blogspot.com/2017/11/what-is-spent-nuclear-fuel.html

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