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Westchester County Board of Legislators hold “Environmental Round-Up”

Westchester County Board of Legislators hold “Environmental Round-Up” Wednesday, October 14, 7:30 pm Greenburgh Nature Center, 99 Dromore Road, Scarsdale, NY 10583 District 12 Legislator Mary Jane Shimsky and colleagues from the County Board of Legislators will discuss critical environmental issues being addressed at the County level, including: the Spectra Pipeline plastic bag legislation flood mitigation measures … Continue reading

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New York City Safe Energy Coalition Releases 2015 List of Accidents at Indian Point

In a span of five months during 2015, there have been no less than five accidents at Indian Point. New York City Safe Energy Coalition, with assistance from Nuclear Information & Resource Service have compiled information about these accidents. “Sometimes pro-nuke people will rationalize that accidents are good. Dr. Michio Kaku’s response to that is that … Continue reading

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SAVE THE DATE: Stony Point Center Fundraising Gala Dinner, October 11

The Stony Point Center is the generous host of IPSEC’s  Monthly Indian Point Convergence meetings. Please consider attending this beautiful and delicious fundraising event to help support the wonderful work they do and their contributions to so many of our local communities. Sunday, October 11th 3-5pm Campus Fair, 5-7pm Harvest Dinner Stony Point Center, 17 Cricketown … Continue reading

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Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney Files Amicus Curiae Brief in Indian Point Appeal

Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney has filed a brief of amicus curiae in Richard Brodsky’s ongoing lawsuit against the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Entergy. Maloney, a Democrat, represents New York’s 18th district, covering areas north, east and west of Indian Point. On Tuesday he officially filed the brief with Second Circuit of the United States Court … Continue reading

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Nuclear Expert Meets with Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman to Discuss Unacceptable Risk to NYC Metro Area

Construction of the new Spectra Algonquin 42-inch diameter gas pipeline adjacent to the Indian Point nuclear facility could begin any day.  Leading nuclear safety and pipeline safety experts have clearly explained that the risk assessment performed by the plant operator, Entergy, and accepted by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, dramatically underestimated the risk of siting this … Continue reading