Letter to Hayes Township Advisory Focus Group and Planning Commission, re: need for zoning at the former Big Rock Point nuclear plant to absolutely minimize human exposure to hazardous radioactivity
On Feb. 6, 2023, Beyond Nuclear and Don’t Waste Michigan wrote the Hayes Township, Michigan, Advisory Focus Group and Planning Commission. They emphasized the need for zoning at the former Big Rock Point nuclear power plant to absolutely minimize human exposure to the lingering hazardous radioactive contamination of the site, as well as to the highly radioactive wastes that will likely remain stored there for decades or longer.
See the text of the letter, here.
(The photo above, taken by Gabriela Bulišová, shows members of Don’t Waste Michigan, and other grassroots watchdogs, at an anti-nuke sunflower themed celebration of the permanent closure of the Big Rock Point nuclear power plant in August 1997, at the front entrance. Pictured from left to right are: Corinne Carey, Gary Karch, Kevin Kamps, unknown, Eunice Hendrix, and Michael Keegan.)
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