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  •  Definitely agree with that. We got one near San (1+ / 0-)
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    Creosote

    Luis Obispo, and one near San Onofro in Socal, I think. We don't have one in Northern CA, thanks to strong opposition to proposals. Isn't there one in Diablo Canyon though, on an earthquake fault. That one's a bad one, and Livermore, near a fault line. Not sure about WA and OR, I know WA state has some, but I think most are inland.

    •  I'm in the 10 mile range (1+ / 0-)
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      doinaheckuvanutjob

      of Diablo. It's a disaster. It was built despite pretty strong opposition from the get go. One reactor was built backwards and had to be redone. It also has all that waste stored there.

      One can only hope that the current awareness of the need to
      move things back from the ocean's edge might keep PG&E from getting their license extended and we can finally see it dismantled. Of course, the question remains: what to do with the waste?

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