Events / News

“Federal report critical of Indian Point” by Roger Witherspoon

“Poor maintenance and the lax oversight of contractors contributed to an excessive number of sudden shutdowns at the Indian Point nuclear power plants the past 18 months, according to an analysis released yesterday by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Federal inspectors also found that during the blackout of Aug. 14, which forced the shutdown of … Continue reading

Indian Point: Nowhere To Run
Resources / Videos

Indian Point: Nowhere To Run

A provocative program outlining the compelling reasons to shut down and decommision the Indian Point Nuclear power plants which operate within 35 miles of New York City. Silver Medal Winner – 2003 Houston International Film Festival To view more about this documentary, click the link below: http://www.documentaryworld.com/IndianPoint.html To view the documentary, watch the video below, … Continue reading

News

“Putnam exec proposes $113 M budget” by Cara Matthews

“Entergy Nuclear Northeast, owners of the Indian Point nuclear power plants in Buchanan, agreed to give Putnam $500,000 to defray the cost of the county’s $11.8 million Emergency Operations and Training Facility that is being built in Carmel. CARMEL — Putnam County Executive Robert Bondi yesterday proposed an $113.1 million 2004 budget that would increase … Continue reading

Editorials / News / Resources

“LOWEY CALLS ON NRC TO RELEASE REPORT ON INDIAN POINT FORCE-ON-FORCE DRILLS”

“WHITE PLAINS, NY – Congresswoman Nita M. Lowey (D Westchester/Rockland) today called on the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to release a comprehensive report regarding the force-on-force security drills at Indian Point last week. Citing deficiencies in the drills, lack of consequences for poor performance, and an excessive number of security-related personnel complaints, Lowey said in a … Continue reading

Editorials

“Safety Concerns Editorial by the Bergen Record”

“THE RECENT federal approval of an evacuation plan for Indian Point is a monument to wishful thinking – to the point of straining credulity. Both the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Federal Emergency Management Agency approved the plan within hours of each other, reflecting economic realities and practical considerations. But they ignored local safety concerns … Continue reading