Press Release: What if there is an accident at Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant?

March 27, 2015

Contact: Nina Greenwald
Barnstable Democratic Town Committee
508-362-0218 nlgreenwald@comcast.net

Press Release: For Immediate Release

What are the emergency procedures if there is an accident at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant? What are the dangers?

BARNSTABLE AND THE PILGRIM NUCLEAR POWER PLANT: WHAT RESIDENTS SHOULD KNOW – Join us for an interactive panel conversation

Hyannis, MA: Join us April 8, at the Barnstable Senior Center in Hyannis, from 7 to 9pm for a panel discussion about the emergency and safety issues and procedures for Cape Codders.

Our local newspapers regularly feature stories about problems with the aging Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant in Plymouth. Many Cape Cod residents want to see it close, while others in the Plymouth area believe it is an important source of employment. But what about the real safety issues? It is located on the other side of the Sagamore Bridge, so we wonder how we evacuate when it seems evacuation means heading closer to danger.

While the debate about the plant’s future continues, here on Cape Cod we often ask each other, “What are we going to do if there is a disaster at the nuclear power plant in Plymouth?” “Where do we go?” “How do we get there?”

Spent nuclear fuel stored underwater and uncapped at the Hanford site in Washington, USA.

Spent nuclear fuel stored underwater and uncapped at the Hanford site in Washington, USA.

And, many of us wonder about the risks. What are the real dangers? Are we within range of exposures here Cape Cod? What is the range of the exposure? How can we protect ourselves? What is the recent legislation filed that addresses some of these issues? How would it help?

Our panel discussion is designed to address these issues and will provide for audience questions after the presentation. There is no cost for attendance.

This is a non-partisan issue and a non-partisan discussion. This is not about politics, it’s about all of our safety. We all have to play our part in securing change.

The panel will be moderated by the Hon Robert O’Leary.

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Interactive Panel Discussion on Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant

March 15, 2015

Join us for an Interactive Panel Discussion on:
Barnstable and the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant; What’s Important for Residents to Know?
A Non-Partisan, Free Public-Service
Sponsored By The Barnstable Democratic Town Committee
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DATE: April 8, 2015
TIME: 7-9PM
PLACE: Barnstable Senior Center, 825 Falmouth Rd., Hyannis
CONTACT: Nina Greenwald (nlgreenwald@comcast.net)
RSVP: Nina Greenwald, before April 1 (nlgreenwald@comcast.net)
Moderator: Honorable Robert O’Leary, Ph.D., Former State Senator, Cape and Islands

Panelists:

  • Representative Brian Mannal: Vice Chair, Joint Committee on Environment Natural Resources and Agriculture
  • Seth Rolbein: Senior Advisor to Senator Dan Wolf
  • Diane Turco: Co-founder, Cape Downwinders
  • Sean O’Brien: Coordinator, Barnstable County Regional Preparedness Committee
  • Arlene Williamson: Executive Steering Committee, Media, Pilgrim Coalition

Topics Include:

  • Evacuation procedures in the event of a plant failure
  • Protection from the effects of radiation
  • Geographic reaches of a nuclear accident
  • Legislative initiatives under consideration to protect residents
  • Potential plant closure and subsequent problems

Meeting Reminder: Wed. January 14 – 7pm

January 13, 2015

Meeting to beginning planning events for 2015

Wednesday January 14, 7pm


Next Meeting: January 14, 7pm

January 6, 2015

There is a lot going on as we plan 2015 events and prepare for 2016. We welcome Democrats and have various levels of membership available.
Join us! Wednesday, January 14, at 7pm at the Centerville Rec Building – 524 Main St. Centerville. reminder


Join us! Holiday Party Dec 10

December 9, 2014

Celebrate the Holidays with us!

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Come and celebrate the season with us!

Barnstable Democratic Town Committee’s Holiday Party

Wednesday, December 10, 6:00 pm
586 Bistro
586 Main Street, Hyannis
Lite fare and cash bar


Join us! ​ We are building our membership and will have room for new associate members in 2015.  If you’ve been

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October 28, 2014

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Come see the Governor in Yarmouth and Sandwich!

October 17, 2014

Photo from Gov Patrick’s stop in Yarmouth Sunday:

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Governor Patrick will be visiting the Yarmouth Coordinated Campaign HQ located at 1317 Route 28, So. Yarmouth on Sunday October 19, 1:30pm.

Please join us Sunday October 19, 1:30 pm to welcome Governor Deval Patrick to the Yarmouth HQ rally. This will be your opportunity to meet candidates and do all we can to as we head into the final weeks of this campaign. Join us and bring a friend, this event is open to the public.
Contact Austin Dobson to RSVP so we can get a sense of how many will be there: austindobson@gmail.com – (207) 266-3092

 

Sandwich:
Governor Patrick has re-arranged his schedule so that he can visit our Sandwich Coordinated Campaign Headquarters for a rally on Sunday, the 19th, at 11:30 am.  Our headquarters are located at 1 Jarves St.in downtown Sandwich.

Because this is a last minute announcement please help us to spread the word as far and wide as possible. This is an extraordinary turn of events and we certainly want as large a showing as we can muster, not only to honor the Governor’s decision but also to help rally our base for the final push toward victory on November 4th.

This event is open to the public. Please contact Lou Cerone by phone or email (774-238-9904) or cernug@capecod.net) so that we can gauge likely attendance.

 


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