The National Education Association (NEA) in partnership with Dr. Seuss Enterprises, celebrates the 19th annual
“Read Across America Day” on Wednesday March 2 2015.
March 2 2016 is the 112th birthday of author Dr. Seuss.
Read Across America Day, which has grown into the nation’s largest reading observance with more than 45 million participating, is sponsored by NEA with Dr. Seuss Enterprises, Random House, and more than 30 national partners.
San Clemente Mayor Chris Hamm officially proclaimed October 17 2015 as San Clemente Readiness Day to raise awareness of the importance of being prepared for emergencies of all kinds, including earthquakes, floods, fires and other disasters.
The Dana Point Ocean Institute is presenting a special presentation today, Saturday April 11 2015 at Noon.
Today’s presentation is Top to Top
is a United Nations sponsored Global Climate Expedition.
This presentation is part of the Institutes normal admission price today.
The Ocean Institute is located in Dana Point Harbor at 24200 Dana Point Harbor Drive. Continue reading “Dana Point Ocean Institute Hosts Top to Top Today at Noon”→
Nuclear Storage is a important safety issue for our high population density community.
It is illogical and unsafe to store nuclear waste on the beaches south of San Clemente.
It is important to participate in our community so you can ask questions and become informed.
A local group San Onofre Safety is working hard to inform the public of science based facts of the Decommissioning Process.
Their website states that they are a “public resource for factual information about the serious safety issues with the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station and the tons of nuclear waste stored just a few miles south of San Clemente, California.
Most of the information is from official government and scientific documents.”
Today you can meet with officials from Southern California Edison and engage them with your concerns about long term nuclear storage.
Southern California Edison (SCE) invites the public to attend a San Onofre decommissioning education fair today, Thursday February 5 2015 in San Clemente.
The fair will be from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at San Clemente Presbyterian Church, 119 Avenida De La Estrella.
San Onofre nuclear plant staff will be on hand to answer questions about SCE’s plan to decommission the nuclear plant within 20 years and safely manage its used nuclear fuel. Continue reading “San Onofre 20 year Nuclear Decommissioning Plans Today in San Clemente at 4:30pm”→
A(n) Residential No-Burn Alert has been declared for Capistrano Vly, CA, on Sunday, Jan 4
The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) has declared a Residential No-Burn Day in your area.
Residents in your area are prohibited from burning wood or manufactured fire logs in indoor and outdoor residential wood burning fireplaces and stoves due to elevated fine particulate levels forecast by the SCAQMD.