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Petitioning San Luis Obispo County, California Board of Supervisors Bruce Gibson and 4 others

San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors: Ask the Coastal Commission to Stop Seismic Testing off California

Supervisors,
In the early exhibits for the staff report on seismic testing, both Supervisor Frank Mecham (2010) and Supervisor Adam Hill (2011) signed letters asking for an expedited process for seismic testing -- due to the then recent discovery of the Shoreline Fault. These letters were written before the CEQA (California Environmental Quality Act) process did it's job, identifying the environmental impacts of the project through the Environmental Impact Report and supporting studies.
Now that we all are aware of the serious risks to the marine environment and that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has deemed the power plant safe from the potential effects of the Shoreline Fault, it is perfectly reasonable to RECONSIDER the project in full.
Countless agencies, organizations and individuals are calling for a stop to the project. With your help it will be.
Thank you,
Julie Tacker (On facebook: Stop the Diablo Canyon Seismic Testing)

Letter to
San Luis Obispo County, California Board of Supervisors Bruce Gibson
San Luis Obispo County, California Board of Supervisors Adam Hill
San Luis Obispo County, California Board of Supervisors Paul Teixeira
and 2 others
San Luis Obispo County, California Board of Supervisors James Patterson
San Luis Obispo County, California Board of Supervisors Frank Mecham
Ask the Coastal Commission to Stop Seismic Testing off California

Supervisors,
In the early exhibits for the staff report on seismic testing, both Supervisor Frank Mecham (2010) and Supervisor Adam Hill (2011) signed letters asking for an expedited process for seismic testing -- due to the then recent discovery of the Shoreline Fault. These letters were written before the CEQA (California Environmental Quality Act) process did it's job, identifying the environmental impacts of the project through the Environmental Impact Report and supporting studies.
Now that we all are aware of the serious risks to the marine environment and that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has deemed the power plant safe from the potential effects of the Shoreline Fault, it is perfectly reasonable to RECONSIDER the project in full.
Countless agencies, organizations and individuals are calling for a stop to the project. With your help it will be.
Thank you,
Julie Tacker (On facebook: Stop the Diablo Canyon Seismic Testing)