Business Petition – Downloadable Version

Here is a downloadable version of the petition: Business Petition (PDF)

Feel free to download and print out copies of the petition – ask local businesses in Plymouth to sign-on if they support safer dry cask storage of spent nuclear waste (and protecting the financial well-being of the town and local businesses). Please mail completed petitions to:

Concerned Neighbors of Pilgrim
c/o CCBW
58C Main Street
Plymouth, MA 02360

Article: Pilgrim Applies for Permit Only After Critics Complain

Pilgrim Applies for Permit After Critics Squawk to Selectmen. Wicked Local Plymouth, Dec 14, 2012. On Dec 4th, EcoLaw attorney Meg Sheehan told the Plymouth Board of Selectmen that aerial photographs taken in Sept. 2012 suggested Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station had started building padding for dry cask storage units. The next day Entergy filed a request with the building inspector for a permit to construct a 14-foot high, 210-foot long retaining wall.