Dec 2013 UNUSUAL EVENT – LOSS OF STARTUP POWER DUE TO A CUT CABLE See more at: http://salon.glenrose.net/default.asp?view=plink&id=15080#sthash.egaYn16J.dpuf
Originally this was reported as the 3,000 block (which makes it even closer to the reactors) and later corrected on Facebook as the 3,700 block. A comment about the “wicked winds” in that fire made my bones chill.
There never seems to be any “real” news on that Glenrose paper-its like Arlington’s feel-good citizen tax payer funded newsblog that doesn’t cover “all” the newsworthy stories.
The OTHER risks to this DFW nuclear power plant that have come to my attention since I’ve been active is also listed here……
When I asked how close drilling could occur to nuke plant…..
—– Forwarded Message —-
From: Karen Sanchez /Railroad Commission
To: kim feil
Sent: Fri, November 2, 2012 12:56:46 PM
Subject: RE: Q on nearby old wells to new wells
There are no specific restrictions in the RRC rules.
2) risk of drought (and still allowing fracking) which could interfere with the source water (Lake Grandbury) for the reactor cooling reservoir. Here is a link to how the Millstone nuclear power plant in Waterford, CT had to shut down one of its reactors cause the cooling waters from was too warm in Aug 2012.
3) the dead animals found nearby at a drillsite-that may have been killed by an intermittant H2S release..one of the crazy responses I received from the RRC is that it looked like a dumping ground for animals shot. Now who would be shooting animals near a drill site…by a dam that protects our DFW nuclear power plant?