On one-year anniversary of TMI closure announcement, community leaders say 'the clock is ticking' on a solution to save 675 jobs, maintain grid resiliency & preserve our environment
ON ONE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF TMI CLOSURE ANNOUNCEMENT, COMMUNITY LEADERS SAY ‘THE CLOCK IS TICKING’ ON A SOLUTION TO SAVE 675 LOCAL JOBS, MAINTAIN GRID RESILIENCY & PRESERVE OUR ENVIRONMENT
Local Leaders to Gather on City Island Wednesday to Call for Action from Lawmakers and Fight for Jobs
Members of the Clean Jobs for Pennsylvania coalition, including small business owners, labor leaders and local elected officials, will gather in Harrisburg to implore PA lawmakers to find creative solutions to keep Three Mile Island and the state's four other nuclear energy plants operating. The event comes on the one-year anniversary of the announcement that Three Mile Island will be closed prematurely in September 2019 unless energy policy is changed to adequately compensate nuclear power for its environmental, economic and resiliency benefits.
Speakers will include:
Mike Pries, Dauphin County Commissioner
Joe Gusler, President, Central Pa. Building & Construction Trades
Carol Hill-Evans, State Representative
Chris Reilly, York County Commissioner
Tom Mehaffie, State Representative
City Island, Harrisburg
East side of island, between boat dock and log cabin
(If raining, inside FNB Field)
1pm, Wednesday, May 30
YOUR COVERAGE IS WELCOME!
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