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OPALCO currently buys about 9% of our electricity from nuclear power plants. I spoke with Suzanne Olson, Communication Specialist at OPALCO a few weeks ago.
I asked if there was a way that I could avoid purchasing nuclear based energy because I believe its impossible to make 100 percent safe, and I don’t want to contribute to the nuclear waste production.
To the Editor,
I was disheartened to read the latest comments from Bela8ted on the Sounder’s website. This individual went to the board meeting, was welcomed to speak and treated respectfully, yet feels justified in posting comments challenging the character of the school board volunteers and the district staff.
Once again our island heritage is being demonized and sold out beneath us for “the benefit of the environment.” I am talking about the many classic vehicles such as the fine old chevy shown in last week’s paper. Any volume of pollutants that would impact the surrounding area have long ago become a part of the soil makeup.
Susan Osborne held a benefit concert on Sunday, March 20 to raise awareness and funds for Japanese survivors of the earthquake, tsunami and related events.Carol Kulminski contributed the following regarding the concert.
The 2011 class of WSU Beach Watchers will be starting soon! Classes begin on Lopez on Wednesday, March 30 and Saturday, April 2. After that we will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays until May 18 (times will vary with ferry schedules).