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Posted on    March 21, 2014      Bruce Gellerman    Source (WBUR)

PLYMOUTH, Mass. — Twelve Cape Cod residents were found guilty Friday in Plymouth District Court for illegally entering the grounds of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant. The defendants admitted to trespassing at the Plymouth facility, but used the seldom argued necessity defense, declaring they were innocent because they were trying to prevent an imminent public… Read on

Posted on    March 21, 2014  

A group of Cape Cod residents marched on the Boston State House (March 10, 2014) to call upon Governor Patrick to shut down the outdated, dangerous Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant (PNPP) in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The group presented extracts of official petitions signed by all 15 Cape Cod towns. Governor Patrick, after speaking that day with… Read on

 December 20, 2013 - DEADLINE

December 20 is the deadline to submit comments to the NRC’s draft GEIS, “Waste Confidence Generic Environmental Impact Statement,” which forms the basis for proposed amendments to the NRC’s regulations pertaining to the environmental impacts of continued storage of spent nuclear fuel beyond a reactor’s licensed life for operation and prior to ultimate disposal. Beyond… Read on

Posted on    September 16, 2013      Anna Baker

Dear friends, With the recent closure of the Vermont Yankee nuclear reactor, and the ongoing disastrous radiation leaks at the Fukushima reactor, there is heightened awareness of the problems at our Pilgrim nuclear reactor. There are a handful of state representatives who have filed bills at the state house to increase public protections such as… Read on

Posted on    September 10, 2013      Christine Legere, Cape Cod Times    Source

PLYMOUTH – A series of mechanical difficulties at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station has kept the plant from operating at peak for more than two weeks. Currently Pilgrim is completely off the electric grid, shut down Sunday evening because of a steam leak in a pipe supplying hot water to the nuclear reactor. Spokesmen for… Read on

Posted on    August 20, 2013      Christine Legere, Cape Cod Times    Source

Read the letter: Sen. Markey & Warren: Letter to Entergy The state’s two U.S. senators recently stepped into the nuclear safety debate, writing a letter to Entergy Corp. to urge the owner-operator of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station to expand the emergency planning zone and develop a realistic evacuation plan should the plant have a… Read on

Posted on    April 8, 2013      Cape Downwinders

Article passes by a vote of 197 to 2 CAPE COD, MASSACHUSETTS – Provincetown town meeting members voted 197-2 on Wednesday April 3, 2013 to call on Governor Deval Patrick to request the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) close Entergy’s Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station (PNPS). Cape Downwinders initiated a Cape-wide petition to give citizens a voice… Read on

Posted on    March 14, 2013      Frank Mand, OCM    Source

After 10 months of hearings 2012 trespassing case is dismissed by Judge Kathryn Hand at Plymouth District Court PLYMOUTH — They wanted the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant shut down but, instead, they got arrested. They wanted their day in court but, instead, they got to make a statement and then charges were dismissed. They wanted… Read on