CLOSE TO SITE OF PARTIAL MELTDOWN Electric Substation at SSFL Tripped 2 Minutes Before Fire Reported For Immediate Release: November 12, 2018 Contact: Denise Duffield, 310-339-9676 or email@example.com, Melissa Bumstead firstname.lastname@example.org, Dan Hirsch, 831-336-8003 or email@example.com… Read more »
Read the piece in the VC Reporter.
Residents of San Fernando, Simi valleys want Gavin Newsom to commit to cleaning up Santa Susana Field Lab, if he wins
The Daily News Reports: Concerned about cancer risks from Cold War era, parents, residents rally to clean-up Santa Susana Field Lab
The VC Star reports: Officials of the state department overseeing the long-planned cleanup of the contaminated Santa Susana Field Laboratory got an earful Saturday from activists frustrated with the latest… Read more »
The Daily News reports: Frustrated with the pace of cleanup of a former rocket engine test site on the border of San Fernando and Simi valleys, area residents have stepped… Read more »
Fox 11 reports: Protesters gathered in Simi Valley Monday evening to speak out against a city proposal to use ground water as another source of drinking water, citing concerns about… Read more »
Read the VC Star report here. The long-planned cleanup of the Santa Susana Field Laboratory, site of a 1959 partial nuclear meltdown, has again been delayed, disappointing but not surprising cleanup activists.
The Simi Valley Acorn reports: A proposal to tap into Simi Valley’s groundwater basin as a source for drinking water drew angst and anger from residents who claim the water… Read more »
The VCStar reports here.