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  • SLO County leaders push state to consider economic impacts of Diablo Canyon closure

    One after another, city and county leaders — from San Luis Obispo Mayor Jan Marx to county Supervisor Adam Hill — took the podium at a California Public Utilities Commission meeting Thursday, Oct. 20, to voice their concerns about what would happen to the San Luis Obispo County economy once the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant closes. Here's what they told the commission.

One after another, city and county leaders — from San Luis Obispo Mayor Jan Marx to county Supervisor Adam Hill — took the podium at a California Public Utilities Commission meeting Thursday, Oct. 20, to voice their concerns about what would happen to the San Luis Obispo County economy once the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant closes. Here's what they told the commission. Kaytlyn Leslie The Tribune
One after another, city and county leaders — from San Luis Obispo Mayor Jan Marx to county Supervisor Adam Hill — took the podium at a California Public Utilities Commission meeting Thursday, Oct. 20, to voice their concerns about what would happen to the San Luis Obispo County economy once the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant closes. Here's what they told the commission. Kaytlyn Leslie The Tribune

‘We don’t want residents to suffer’: Economic concerns dominate Diablo Canyon hearing

October 20, 2016 08:39 PM