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SUBJECT:  Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Unit 2 – Regulatory Audit Plan In Support Of License Amendment Request To Revise Control Rod Technical Specifications (EPID L-2023-LLA-0003)
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Lynne Bernabei has taken the case on behalf
of Eric Epstein. Assisting is her associate Kristen
Sinsi, also from Bernabei & Kabat.

Lynne has litigated TMI-2 issues relating to
the Accident, corporate misconduct, and 
the decontamination of TMI-2. She specializes 
in protecting Whistleblowers, and also practices
in the areas of Discrimination and Retaliation,
Sexual Harassment Law, and Negotiating
Executive Contracts and Severance Agreements.

I will provide technical support. We have reached
out to Dr. Michio Kaku to expand on his TMI-2 criticality.

This TMI hearing is open to the public.
Eric Epstein
Also, the SRBC's decision to reduce the amount of water TMI-1
can withdraw from the Susquehanna River is due this Thursday.
TMI's permit expired in October, 2021. Constellation is
asking only for enough waterer to cleanup TMI-1. 
TMI-2's water permit lapsed in the 1990s, and they have not 
applied for water use rights. TMI-2 has no access to river 
water at this time.
TMI-Alert is the only entity which has offered testimony 
on Section 401 Clean Water Certification, and argued
against dumping radioactive, cleanup water into the
Susquehanna River. The DEP has remained silent. 
TMIA has litigated water use cases at the NRC and the 
SRBC dating back to 2020.
Happy Holidays,
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
No: 22-051 December 12, 2022
CONTACT: Office of Public Affairs, 301-415-8200
NRC Announces David Pelton as New Director, Office of Enforcement
The NRC announced today the selection of David (Dave) L. Pelton as the new director of the Office of Enforcement, effective Jan. 1, 2023, replacing Mark Lombard, who will retire at end of the year following nearly 20 years of federal government service.
The NRC Office of Enforcement supports the NRC mission by developing and overseeing policies and programs for enforcement and allegations. The OE director also oversees staff managing the Differing Professional Opinion Program and the agency’s non-concurrence process.
“Dave is an extremely talented person, bringing a wide range of technical and leadership experience to this important agency position,” said Executive Director for Operations Daniel H. Dorman. “His time spent working both in the headquarters and in the regions has given him a keen understanding of our critical work at a variety of levels.”
Dorman praised the outgoing Lombard, stating that, “Mark has been a highly effective leader for decades, most recently his unprecedented role in leading the NRC task force that responded to the Covid-19 global pandemic. He is extremely well respected by his peers and his contributions will not be forgotten.”
Pelton currently serves as the Region II Deputy Regional Administrator in Atlanta. He began his career at the NRC in 1997 as a Region III resident inspector. Pelton held progressively responsible positions, to include working in the region as a Region III senior operator licensing examiner; senior resident inspector in Region I; executive technical assistant in the Office of the EDO, and a variety of branch chief positions in the Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation. He is a 2016 graduate of the NRC’s Senior Executive Service Candidate Development Program.
Before joining the NRC, Pelton worked at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in the Division of Nuclear Test Engineering and the Division of Nuclear Performance Assessment. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University.
November 30, 2022  Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Units 1 and 2 - Security Baseline Inspection Report 05000387/2022403 and 05000388/2022403
Epstein Petition for Leave to Intervene & Hearing Request at the NRC; Re: Susquehanna Nuclear, LLC. Bankruptcy of Talen Energy Corporation, (Final copy, 11/28/22)