Senate files 14 through 20 all come from the Maplewood Democrat, starting with a bill to establish an outcome based personal care assistance pilot project, to be heard in the HHS Committee. 19 and 20: The final two bills both deal with education and increasing the compulsory attendance age. Both will be heard in the Education Committee..
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Boston puppeteer Wayne Martin will discuss Cincinnati TV legend puppet master Larry Smith on Saturday, March 3 at the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting in West Chester. Section of the museum. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12.
He said the decision to delay starting Bellefonte construction until at least 2013 further opens the door to such a delay.Fairewinds Associates Inc., chief engineer Arnold Gundersen, who prepared a report for the alliance on problems with TVA’s’ projected $4.7 billion reactor, has said the cost of the pressurized water reactor could more than double.TVA’s top executives want to have it operating by 2018 but Smith said TVA’s long term plan includes no reason to “bring that reactor on at a date certain in the future.”He said TVA can generate more power from natural gas and increase energy efficiency measures.Smith said it appears the board is facing political pressure “to either say go or no go.”The TVA board in June approved a long range plan that calls for decreasing the utility’s reliance on coal and increasing use of nuclear power, renewable energy, natural gas, hydroelectric and conservation.Kilgore has said building the Bellefonte reactor is the right move for the utility’s 9 million rate payers in Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Mississippi and for the environment.The Bellefonte plant with yet to be replaced equipment showing old age and inside walls with peeling paint has two cooling towers and decades ago was among the utility’s plans to build 17 reactors at seven sites. Most of those plans were dropped because of cost and a lack of demand for electrical power.After construction at Bellefonte was stopped in 1988, much of the equipment was removed. In 2009, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved TVA’s request to reinstate Bellefonte’s original construction permits.Kilgore in April delayed seeking board approval to restart construction at Bellefonte, with Kilgore saying the utility was continuing to monitor the March crisis in Japan.