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Citizens Demand To Close
Indian Point Nuclear Plant

We, residents of the Hudson Valley and the metropolitan New York and New Jersey areas, are demanding that the licensing renewals for the Indian Point nuclear power plant for 2013 and 2015 be denied, and that the plant is closed down as soon as possible. Studies have shown that with upgrades in the New York State power grid, with energy efficiency and conservation measures, and investment in renewable sources, Indian Point’s capacity can be replaced with minimal cost to consumers.

Close the Indian Point
Nuclear Power Plant
-via Credo

To: Members of Congress: Senator Barbara Boxer, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Senator Chuck Schumer, Senator Ron Wyden, Senator Bernie Sanders, Representative Eliot Engel, Representative Nita Lowey, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney

Stop the Nuclear Regulatory Commission from relicensing the Indian Point nuclear reactors 2 and 3.


Print THIS RESOLUTION, and give copies to your Town Board members and County Legislator. Ask that it be put on the agenda as soon as possible.

Print THIS PETITION and ask everyone you know to sign it!

Send an email to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and tell him why closing Indian Point is important to you. Ask him to use the power of his office to prevent the relicensing of Indian Point. Or download, print and mail THIS LETTER to: Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, Executive Chamber, State Capitol, Albany, New York, 12224. Or fax 518-474-1513.

Write to Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman. Thank him for his “plan to work oward an energy future without the Indian Point nuclear power plant.” Ask him to continue to prevent the relicensing of Indian Point. Write to: New York State Office of the Attorney General, The Capitol, Albany, New York, 12224. Or call him at 518- 474-7330.

PRINT OUT THIS FLYER about Indian Point and give it to your friends and neighbors. Give them the facts they don’t see in the media. Share your concerns, listen to their questions. If you need help with answers, call 1-888-I-Shut-It (1-888-474-8848).

Learn more

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Fairewinds Responds to the Latest Indian Point Tritium Leaks February 12, 2016