Subject: FWD: August 10th - No Place to Run? - Who's keeping an eye on the nuclear plants & waste in our state? We must demand future energy decisions that will protect our communities.


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At 10:37 PM 8/8/2004 -0700, Tanya Winter wrote:


A Monthly Series 


Event Title:

No Place to Run?

The Dangers of Nuclear Power and what we can do about it.


No more Waste from Weapons and Power Stations!


* Come find out how other communities in California have successfully increased public awareness and forced a community dialogue on nuclear issues. 

* Learn why nuclear power is not and will never be the answer to our energy dilemma.


We must demand future energy decisions that will protect our communities.


Event Date:

Tuesday,  August 10, 2004  7pm


Guest Speaker:

Rochelle Becker


Rochelle Becker has been a member of the San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace for 28 years.  The organization is all volunteer and has for over 33 years been the leaders in addressing safety concerns at the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant before local, state and federal agencies. 


Rochelle is the Mothers for Peace spokesperson and has testified before the California Public Utilities Commission, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the California Energy Commission the Regional Water Quality Control Board and Congress.  News articles on nuclear issues in California often site the efforts of the San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace. 


Rochelle has also worked with organizations on safety issues on the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) and is currently working with California Earthcorps on their filing to address the safety concerns of replacing steam generators at the nuclear plant.


When not working directly on nuclear power safety concerns, Rochelle has helped to guide the board of directors of The Utility Reform Network (TURN) on issues that affect our state?s utility customers.



Bard Hall, First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego

4190 Front Street, Hillcrest, San Diego (opposite UCSD Medical Center)

free parking in church ACE parking lot

Wheelchair Accessible


COST: Free Event

Donations gratefully accepted on behalf of Mothers for Peace.


Presented by: The Peace and Democracy and the Environmenal Tasks Forces

of the First Unitarian Universalist Church



Phone: 858-459-4650


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