March 17th, 2011 – Business as usual won’t exist for a long time – Try to keep smiling

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From: Landau, Mindy
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2011 7:20 AM
To: Barkley, Richard
Subject: RE: 2 more letters, FYI

Thanks – Roger and I have already begun to realize that business as usual probably won’t exist for a long time.

We will be getting together with OCA once they have a minute to try and establish a game plan and will certainly bring you in on whatever we come up with.


-O-r-ig-in-a l Message —–
From: Barkley, Richard
Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2011 9:07 PM
To: Landau, Mindy
Subject: FW: 2 more letters, FYI

Mindy,

Bill will support you in any request to expand support to Roger.

Based on the hearings today and the news coverage, my best guess is that 1/4 of the correspondence this year will be focused on the older Mark I BWRs in Region I (VY, Pilgrim and Oyster Creek), 1/4 will be on Indian Point, 1/4 on the west coast plants, and 1/4 being scattered individual BWRs or nation-wide issues.

Try to keep smiling.


From: Dean, Bill
Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 7:43 PM
To: Barkley, Richard; Lew, David; Sheehan, Neil; Screnci, Diane; McNamara, Nancy; Tifft, Doug; Roberts,
Darrell; Clifford, James; Wilson, Peter; Weerakkody, Sunil; Lorson, Raymond; Collins, Daniel
Subject: Re: 2 more letters, FYI

Rich,

We have an action out of the retreat to outreach to HQ re: forming a team to respond to correspondence similar to post 9/11. We should not be trying to deal with this influx as individual items. As I recall we leveraged specific postings on our web page as a source of info too.

Bill Dean
Regional Administrator
Region I, USNRC
Sent from NRC BlackBerry


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