U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission officials returned to Erwin Tuesday to a local give citizens group the chance they requested to publicly address concerns for the safety of Nuclear Fuel Services operations here.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is requesting citizens who wish to speak or ask questions at its Tuesday, July 16, public meeting on the latest NRC safety review at Nuclear Fuel Services register in advance of the 7 p.m. meeting.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission will conduct a public meeting for discussion of the most NRC recent safety review of Nuclear Fuel Services’ Erwin facility on July 16 at Erwin’s Town Hall.
Citizen concerns over the open house format of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Thursday night review of its most recent inspection of Nuclear Fuel Services operations have prompted NRC officials to return to Erwin for a more formal question and answer session with the public.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will conduct a public hearing on its inspection and review of safety and oversight of the Nuclear Fuel Services facility in Erwin from 6-7:30 p.m, Thursday, May 16.
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