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JERRY COLLAMER, San Clemente
Where is the public outrage over the California Coastal Commission’s decision to go along with Southern California Edison’s rosy scenario: don’t sweat radioactive contamination from the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, huh?
Where’s our public outrage over, potentially, the single greatest public disaster to ever devastate Southern California if SONGS’ canisters rust—hello, they’re rusting now—with no cool-pools to cool them back down, or a tsunami hits, or you name the zillion potentialities for a cataclysmic disaster at SONGS, as long as Russian roulette is the game “we’re” playing at SONGS?
FYI, where the public outrage should be is on the cover of the San Clemente Times. Not buried in Letters to the Editor.