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February 24, 1988
Operators of the troubled Rancho Seco nuclear power plant have been advised by an analyst to permanently close the plant rather than continue costly efforts to restart it after a two-year shutdown. "Our analysis shows closing the plant would save $200 million to $1 billion over the next 12 years," energy policy analyst Joseph Kriesberg told the Sacramento Municipal Utility District Board of Directors.
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April 30, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
Sacramento public works officials say they were just having some fun when they started a contest to find a non-sexist term for manholes. But since the word got out, people from Florida to Canada have been lighting up the City Hall switchboard. Some of them want to know about "the women who are taking over the City Council," said council receptionist Sibyl Winterberger, adding that most callers just made "lewd and offensive suggestions." Mayor Anne Rudin called it "a tempest in a manhole."
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April 30, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
Sacramento public works officials say they were just having some fun when they started a contest to find a non-sexist term for manholes. But since the word got out, people from Florida to Canada have been lighting up the City Hall switchboard. Some of them want to know about "the women who are taking over the City Council," said council receptionist Sibyl Winterberger, adding that most callers just made "lewd and offensive suggestions." Mayor Anne Rudin called it "a tempest in a manhole."
NEWS
February 24, 1988
Operators of the troubled Rancho Seco nuclear power plant have been advised by an analyst to permanently close the plant rather than continue costly efforts to restart it after a two-year shutdown. "Our analysis shows closing the plant would save $200 million to $1 billion over the next 12 years," energy policy analyst Joseph Kriesberg told the Sacramento Municipal Utility District Board of Directors.
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