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Reject the relicensing of the Duane Arnold Nuclear Power Plant

To Whom It May Concern:
I tried to send the following email and the NRC refused to accept the email.

This is not open government.

RS
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To: Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Re: Reject the relicensing of the Duane Arnold Nuclear Power Plant

I live within 10 miles of DAEC, and therefore am subject to an Emergency Action Plan in case of an accident at DAEC.

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10 CFR 2.206 public participation

Assign a senior NRC official to a petitioner. His job would be to help negotiate around the NRC bureaucracy and be a technical advisor to a petitioner. He’d be like NRC assigned lawyer or a NRC assigned public defender. His job would be to wholly serve the petitioner, then the community. The NRC bureaucracy and nuclear issues are technically too complex for the average person...let alone for the professionals.

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Public participation on writing up inspection reports

Revamp the ROP and the inspection report process. Make real time public participation the watch word with the NRC. With inspection reports, LERs, any other NRC special investigations...write up the report as a day by day process to and on the internet. Allow public internet questions and inputs as the report is written.

 

So the final report would include public participation?

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Plant blog or message board...NRC participation

How about a internet blog or message board for every plant. A member of the community and a NRC official could moderate the site...preferably a on site inspector. I suggest everyone has to be identified...no anonymous additions. On a case by case situation you might allow anonymous sources. There would have to be a respectful decorum. So members of the public and community could ask questions to the board and the NRC.... more »

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