Take action on Diablo Canyon NPP: tell California State Lands Commission to do full CEQA review / update

UPDATE:
The Commission approved a new permit for PG&E at Diablo Canyon without an environmental review and rushed a new staff report, without adequate public review time.
Two hearings were held by the California Lands Commission — April 5, 2016 and June 28, 2016. The transcripts are below. At the second hearing, after public comments and comments by the commission, Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom moved to approve a new lease for PG&E, without an environmental review and without giving the public 30-days to review a revised staff report. He also applauded the agreement by PG&E to close Diablo Canyon in 9 years at the close of its license.

Meeting transcripts:
https://www.slc.ca.gov/Meeting_Transcripts/2016_Documents/04-05-2016_Transcripts.pdf
The Diablo Canyon hearing begins on p. 55

https://www.slc.ca.gov/Meeting_Transcripts/2016_Documents/06-28-2016_Transcripts.pdf
The Diablo Canyon hearing begins on p. 78

From Mothers for Peace

California’s Lieutenant Governor, Gavin Newsom, serves on the three-member State Lands Commission.  This Commission leases the land to PG&E for the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant.  These leases are due to expire in 2018 and 2019.

ACTION: Send an email to the Commission asking the staff to prepare a full California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review for the land leases before considering a renewal. Also ask that the meeting scheduled for April 5 be held in San Luis Obispo County.  Send the message to:  Jennifer.Lucchesi at slc.ca.gov

Gavin Newsom Speaks on Diablo Canyon