Source: Press & Journal

I’d like to offer a few thoughts after reading David Williams’ column of Nov. 7 (“States shouldn’t bail out nuclear power plants”).

If Three Mile Island or one of the state’s five nuclear generating facilities were to prematurely close (which could happen without legislative changes), the state will be more reliant on more coal and natural gas (not renewables) to fill the void.

I realize there are compelling arguments on both sides of this issue. My concerns focus on our community. Once a plant closes, it’s gone forever.

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