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The debate about Progress Energy’s new nuclear energy plant still is lively, as proved at a Feb. 26 public testimony session in Inglis.
“It will forever change our lives,” said the first person to speak, Inglis Commissioner Edward Michaels.
For good or ill, all aspects of the project’s impact on people and their environment were to be considered as part of the site certification application in sworn testimony for public record before Administrative Law Judge J. Lawrence Johnston from the Division of Administrative hearings in Tallahassee.
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