• Entergy’s history of omissions
    July 31,2013
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    In the days following the July 17 meeting of the Vermont State Nuclear Advisory Panel (VSNAP), we’ve learned that Entergy Nuclear may lay off 10 percent of its Vernon workforce, make current employees “re-apply” for their jobs, and that Entergy’s radiation monitors have been going off for two months.

    None of this was revealed at the meeting of the state nuclear oversight panel, nor to the Public Service Board at hearings on whether Entergy should be permitted to operate for 20 more years in Vermont.

    Because of its history of omissions and deceptions, maybe a permanent question to Entergy Nuclear management should be, “What aren’t you telling us?”


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