Featured speaker added to town hall on protecting Lake Huron from nuclear waste dump

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LANSING—State Sen. Phil Pavlov announced Thursday that Beverly Fernandez, spokesperson for Stop The Great Lakes Nuclear Dump, will be a featured speaker at the public town hall on Tuesday, July 29 in Port Huron to discuss legislative and other efforts to protect Lake Huron from a Canadian nuclear waste dump.

Stop The Great Lakes Nuclear Dump is a nonprofit organization of concerned Canadians that aims to raise public awareness of the proposed dump. Pavlov is inviting residents of the 25th Senate District to the town hall.

Who:
Sen. Phil Pavlov, R-St. Clair Township;
Beverly Fernandez, spokesperson for Stop The Great Lakes Nuclear Dump; and
Anyone interested in the topic.

What:
A town hall meeting where Pavlov and Fernandez will discuss a Canadian nuclear waste dump proposal and plans by Michigan lawmakers to stop it.

Canadian officials propose to bury 7 million cubic feet of nuclear waste less than a mile from the shore of Lake Huron, directly across the lake from the residents of St. Clair, Sanilac and Huron counties.

When:
Tuesday, July 29
6:30 to 8 p.m.

Where:
Donald E. Dodge Auditorium
200 Grand River Ave.
Port Huron, MI 48060

For more information, contact Pavlov’s office at 1-517-373-7708.

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