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Rockland Sierra reschedules Indian Point program


The Rockland Sierra Club will hold its program, “The Facts on Indian Point: Relicensing, Climate Change and Radionuclides in Our River,” Feb. 8 instead of today due to the snowstorm.

Marilyn Elie, a co-founder of Westchester Citizens Awareness Network, will speak. Elie has been working to shut down Indian Point for 17 years and has learned details about many issues surrounding the plant, the Rockland Sierra Club said.

The event will begin at 7 p.m. at the Nyack Public Library on South Broadway.

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