Just over a year since they last visited Idyllwild to educate us about the crisis at San Onofre’s Nuclear Generating Station, Shaun Burnie and Kendra Ulrich returned to our mountain community for a celebratory respite from their intense schedule of activism.
17 Idyllwild Conversationalists trekked down to Dana Point for the NRC’s October 9th hearing on SONGS. Towards the end of the night, the three Idyllwild girls managed to ask a key question to NRC Region 4 Administrator Elmo Collins: “Do you know what to do with nuclear waste, and if not, why do you keep making more of it?” Check out this video to hear the entire exchange.
Where but in Southern California can we wake in the morning to mountain squirrel chatter, picnic and boogie board at the beach, and then that evening help keep a nuclear power plant closed…forever! Tuesday Oct 9th is going to be a very interesting day. Here are the details: