Strengthened local building demolition permits to have better enforcement mechanisms over dust control.
Hired a state on-site inspector to monitor decommissioning activities.
Developing a community air monitoring program influenced by community and board member input.
Established clear communication linkages and MOU between owners of Indian Point and interstate gas pipelines.
Independent technical expert provides regular updates and independent assessments of matters related to decommissioning. View a catalog of his independent research and resources here.
Committed to public engagement. Learn how to comment and receive updates regarding the Indian Point Decommissioning Oversight Board (Matter #21-01188) here. Answers to frequently asked questions may be found here.
Verifying water contents through independent split sampling. Click here to learn more about the independent split sampling and other community monitoring efforts.
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Subsequently, the Indian Point Decommissioning Oversight Board (DOB) was established in 2021 to coordinate oversight among state and local regulators, facilitate information exchange, expand public comment opportunities, enhance transparency, identify oversight gaps, and promote improvements related to the decommissioning of Indian Point.
Below you'll find information about the Indian Point Closure Task Force and the Decommissioning Oversight Board, including board members, plans, guides, and questions and answers from recent board meetings.