1)      A big turnout at this meeting will help express the seriousness of
our concerns to Councilmembers and especially the media, (see staff report

1)      A big turnout at this meeting will help express the seriousness of
our concerns to Councilmembers and especially the media, (see staff report
below). Please wear red so you are seen as part of the cause. 6:00pm at City
Hall, 100 Avenida Presidio (7:00pm if you only have time for this specific
Agenda item).

2)      Oral Communications will give us an opportunity to bring up our
concerns about the NRC task force and other related items that may not be
considered under the specific topic of radiation monitoring.

3)      This matter will be last on the agenda. It was suggested that we
hold our own press conference outside while the meeting is underway. We will
discuss why we want INDEPENDENT radiation monitoring stations and may even
announce our own plans for a civilian defense effort of volunteers to start
immediately, (check out SAFECAST <http://blog.safecast.org/>  for practical
immediate solutions). Please let us know if this is the kind of task you
might be willing to participate in once you get trained and properly
equipped along with others.

Staff Recommendation

Provide Staff with direction.  Potential actions include the following:

1.          Council could take no action.

2.          Council could request that our Congressman and U.S. Senators introduce

legislation  to  require  that  the  EPA  install  additional  monitoring stations near SONGS.

3.          Council could request that our Congressman and U.S. Senators introduce
legislation   to   require   that   the   NRC   publish   scientifically validated
radiation monitoring data as frequently as it is possible to do so.

 Full Staff Report