Now is our chance.
On Thursday, May 27, the Vermont Public Service Board (PSB) will hold a public hearing on whether to shut down Vermont Yankee right now, instead of waiting until 2012. You will have the opportunity to tell the PSB what you think—whether the PSB should shut down the plant now, or take other action to address the ongoing leaks, false information and company misconduct that violates state laws.
It is important for our regulators, the Vermont Public Service Board, to hear from you.
What can you do to help? Join a growing community of concerned people like you by attending the public hearing on May 27. Tell the PSB what YOU think should happen to Vermont Yankee.
Public Hearing on Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Station
Thursday, May 27
Gymnasium at Vernon Elementary School
381 Governor Hunt Road, Vernon, VT
One more voice might be all we need to stop Vermont Yankee in its tracks for good—make it yours.
Before you go… CLF is working every day to create real, systemic change for New England’s environment. And we can’t solve these big problems without people like you. Will you be a part of this movement by considering a contribution today? If everyone reading our blog gave just $10, we’d have enough money to fund our legal teams for the next year.