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Pages From C143372-02A - March 16th, 2011 - NRC Deleted Over 100 E-mails From Members of the Public Demanding Immediate Closure of US Nuclear Plants

Pages From C143372-02A - March 16th, 2011 - NRC Deleted Over 100 E-mails From Members of the Public Demanding Immediate Closure of US Nuclear Plants

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From:
Gusack. Barbara
To:
Burnell.
Scott
Cc:
Stewart.
Sharon
Subject:
FW:
Form E-Mails
Receivedfrom
the
Public
to
Distribution.Resources@NRC
Date:
Wednesday,
March
16,
2011
3:37:47
PM
Attachments:
FW
Please immediately
close
older
reactors whose
licenses
had been
extended
for
inspection.msq
Scott,
Before
ADM
deletes
these
e-mails,
can
you
confirm
that
we should
delete?
ThanksBarbara
K.
Gusack
Acting
Deputy
Director
Office
of Administration
U.S.
Nuclear
Regulatory Commission
301-492-3500From:
Schoenmann,
Sandra
Sent:
Wednesday,
March 16,
2011
3:18
PM
To:
Stewart,
Sharon;
Gusack,Barbara
Cc:
Meyer,
David;
Craver,
Dale;
Beltz,Guy; Hsu, Caroline
Subject:
Form E-Mails
Received from
the
Public
to
Distribution.Resources@NRC
ADM's
Publications Branch
has
received
more
than
100
e-mails
from
the
public
(sent
to
Distribution
resources@nrc.gov)
demanding the
"immediate
closure
of U.S.
nuclear energy
facilities
that
remain
operational after
having
exceeded
their
engineered
operable
life."
I
contacted the
Office
of
Public
Affairs
to
inform
them that
we
received
these
e-mails
and
to
obtain
directionon
what
to
do
with
them.
After
checking
with
other
OPA
staff
members,
Brenda
Akstulewicz, OPA,
advised
me
to
delete the e-mails
as
OPA
is
alreadyaware
of
them.Based
on
OPA's direction,
we
will
be
deleting
these
e-mails.
I
have
attached
a
copy
of
one
of
them
your
information.
Sandra
I.
Schoenmann,
Deputy
Director
Division
of Administrative
Services
U.S.
Nuclear
Regulatory Commission
301-415-2210

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