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SCRIBA, N.Y. – Entergy Corp. plans to shut down its money-losing FitzPatrick nuclear power plant in Oswego County after the reactor runs out of fuel next year. Entergy officials called a meeting of employees today to announce that the company will not install more enriched uranium fuel rods next September, which would be required to continue operating the facility.
originally posted by: YouSir
a reply to: Cosmic911
Ummm...wow...that means I wont be able to use the steam plume to navigate by when out sailing on the lake......bummer...
I remember taking a field trip there in high school...........waaaaaaaay back...one of the few days I actually attended that is...
That's funny you mention the plume! I worked as a flight paramedic for a local medevac company a few years back. Once we got airborne, say 500 to 1000 ft, if the stack plumes were visible we knew we had a certain of miles of visibility.