Pilgrim on Newton’s November Ballot

Brochure – Why is Pilgrim so especially dangerous and unneeded? (PDF)

Newton Ballot Question (PDF)

The quickly deteriorating conditions at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth, MA  will now show up on Newton’s November ballot. There will be a non-binding ballot question as to whether Governor Baker should instruct the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to revoke Pilgrim’s operating license because the safety of the public cannot be assured.… Continue reading...

Testimony in favor of H2030 – An Act relative to radiological monitoring

Read in full: Testimony from Cape Downwinders (PDF)

Excerpt from William Maurer:

Coverage Analysis of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station (PNPS)
Current Radiological Monitoring Stations relative to Cape Cod
Introduction

The current locations of PNPS monitoring stations create a blind spot on the Cape Cod Bay side of the plant because existing monitoring stations are located only on land.… Continue reading...

Attorney General Healey urges Congress to step up safety at nuclear power plants

Healey calls for better security at decommissioned sites and sites like Pilgrim that store spent fuel

By CapeCodToday Staff

Keeping in stride with her predecessor, Attorney General Maura Healey has called upon Congress to increase the safety at the country’s nuclear power plants, particularly those that are decommissioned and those that store spent fuel.… Continue reading...

Groups call for action from MA Governor

After the January 1st scram, and then the February 15th shutdown at Pilgrim during the two winter storms, Cape Downwinders, MA Downwinders, Boston Downwinders, MAPA, Occupy Hingham, and On Behalf of Planet Earth hand delivered a letter to the Governor on March 11, 2015 calling on him to follow with a letter to the NRC as his predecessor Governor Patrick had done on our behalf.… Continue reading...