Monday, April 22, 2013

4.24 LACEY PUBLIC MEETING re OYSTER CREEK closure/ new nuke?

As the closure of Oyster Creek Generating Station inches closer, Lacey and state officials continue to work on the concept of constructing a new facility locally and will be seeking public input on Wednesday, April 24 at the Lacey Middle School.
Officials from the townships of Lacey, Ocean and Barnegat recently met with the state Department of Planning Advocacy to discuss the next phase of locating a new generating facility in Lacey Township come 2019, when the operation of Oyster Creek will cease.
“As far as moving forward, it’s important,” Mayor David Most said. “This is a long process and I’m looking forward to the state and the different organizations coming together looking for input from all our residents.”
The state is looking to have public meetings in each of the three towns, Township Administrator and Municipal Clerk Veronica Laureigh said. The meeting will update each community on the status of the project and there will be informational round tables.
The public meeting will include two sessions for residents — from 4 to 6 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.

Public Meeting to Discuss Replacement of Oyster Creek - Barnegat-Manahawkin, NJ Patch

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