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Community Advisory Panel (CAP)

Community Advisory Panel (CAP)

 

The TMI-2 Community Advisory Panel (CAP) is a volunteer, non-regulatory body formed to enhance open communication, public involvement and education about the Three Mile Island Unit 2 Nuclear Power Station decommissioning project. It will serve as a conduit for public information and as a formal channel of community involvement and communication related to the decommissioning project.

 

TMI-2 Solutions will provide quarterly decommissioning updates to the CAP. The CAP will provide community feedback to TMI-2 Solutions including any issues or concerns related to Three Mile Island Unit 2 decommissioning activities.

 

The CAP will have a Chairperson who will oversee CAP activities and will include a broad cross-section of members who are appointed by various community, business, and government organizations from around Three Mile Island.  It is expected that the CAP will be fully established in the first half of 2021.

Community Advisory Panel (CAP) Charter PDF Download

Community Advisory Panel Presentations PDF Download

April 7th Community Advisory Panel Meeting Minutes

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Community Advisory Panel Board Members

Steve Letavic

Manager,
Londonderry Twp.

Hannah Pell

Jim Hazen

Manager,

Member at Large

Communications & Safety Manager

Lower Dauphin School District

Amy Burrell

Manager,

Royalton Borough

Jay Ostrich

David Shoff

Ralph DeSantis

District Director,

U.S. Congressman Scott Perry’s office

Chief, Archives Division,

Pa. State Archives

TMI-2 Communications

TMI-2 Solutions

Dominick DiFrancesco

Manager,

Dauphin County

Bart Shellenhamer

Chief,

Londonderry Volunteer Fire Co.

Shen Kreiser

Scott Miller

Nuclear Planner

York County

Communications & Marketing Manager

Harrisburg International Airport

Marie-Louise Abram

Member

Penn State University

Richard Kluskiewicz

Curtis Miner, 

Joyce Corradi

Councilman,

Middletown Borough

Ph.D, Senior History Curator,

Pa. State Museum

Member

Concerned Mothers of Middletown