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By  Jim Shilander

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced Tuesday that it will hold a public meeting February 12 in Capistrano Beach to discuss the status of its review of Southern California Edison’s restart plan for Unit 2 of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.

The meeting will include discussion of the inspection and technical evaluation of Edison’s response to the NRC’s March 2012 Confirmatory Action Letter on the steam generator tube degradation that caused the shutdown at Unit 3 a year ago.

The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Capo Beach Church (formerly Capo Beach Calvary Chapel), 25975 Domingo Avenue. The facility has seating for 1,100. The public will be able to ask questions of NRC staff and Edison concerning the inspection and technical evaluation activities, according to a NRC release.


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