Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Final hearing tonight on Oyster Creek emergency plan


July 19, 2011

Final NJDEP Public Hearing on Oyster Creek Emergency Response Plan
6 p.m. - Information session
7 p.m. - Public hearing
Ocean County
Administration Building
Room 119
101 Hooper Avenue
Toms River, NJ
The NJ Department of Environmental Protection and State Police will hold a public information session and public hearing on the New Jersey Radiological Emergency Response Plan for the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station in Lacey Township, Ocean County. It is the last of three such sessions on response plans for the state's four nuclear reactors. As required by the State's Radiation Accident Response Act, public hearings are required annually to determine the adequacy and effectiveness of the State's emergency response plan. Representatives from DEP will conduct information sessions prior to the hearings.  Representatives of the DEP's Bureau of Nuclear Engineering, Department of Health and Senior Services, and the State Police will attend the hearings and respond to questions and comments from the public. Copies of the New Jersey Radiological Emergency Response Plan will be available at the session. It is also available for review at the Ocean County Office of Emergency Management, Robert J. Miller Air Park, Route 530, Berkeley Township.

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