BY ALLISON DUNNE
JANUARY 9, 2015
The extreme cold weather has had an impact on New York’s Indian Point nuclear power plant. Indicators for a refueling water tank were not working early Thursday, causing a temporary, partial shutdown.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission spokesman Neil Sheehan says operators at Indian Point Unit 3 discovered that the two sets of low-low water level indicators, or alarms, for the plant’s refueling water storage tank were not functioning. He says the cause of the lines freezing was a failed strip heater.
“The good news is the company was able to identify this quickly, get one of those lines unfrozen, and restore the alarm capabilities,” says Sheehan.
He says the Buchanan-based plant has within seven days to restore the other alarm or else the unit would have to be shut down. Sheehan points out the issue is a matter of safety, as water would be pumped from the storage tank into the reactor coolant system if there were an accident.
Start’s this Saturday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, at the Peekskill Field Library (wonder if there’s a late fee?)
A press release from the effort states:
<<The City of Peekskill announced that beginning January 10, 2015, the Peekskill Farmers’ Market
, sponsored by the Peekskill Business Improvement District (BID), will have an expanded winter season. “The summer and winter farmers’ markets are important Peekskill family events,” said Jason Angell, Executive Director of the BID. He added, “The market introduces a wider audience to all that downtown Peekskill has to offer.”>>
Come to a live art fest including dancing, welding, painting, pottery and more… for details click here
It’s at the HVCCA in Peekskill, this Saturday, January 10, starting at 1 pm.
More info from here for facebookers…
Come on down and shake it! Or swing it…
Bill Kline and Katrine Bangsgaard – master swing dancers and teachers from NYC had EMBARK swinging on November 8!
They’re at it again this Saturday, January 10th @ Embark Peekskill
- basic swing class at 7:00
- open floor for dancing 8:00-11:00 pm!
- $15 for the whole night – includes light refreshments
925 South St., 1st Fl.
Contact Bill for more information
Do you like cars? Classic cars? How about butts? Classic car butts? And art? Win! Win! Win!
Come on down to Gleason’s on Thursday, January 8th at happy hour, and check out some great food, excellent drinks, and the most excellent art of the incomparable Gwendolyn.
Get a look at what she’s done before here.
I’m excited for this, you should be, too! She offers this teaser on her site…
See you there.
Come to the Peekskill Field Library to see the artwork of many local artists.
The show, Local Color: A Field Gallery Retrospective, is on display thru February 8, 2015.
The Field Library is located in downtown Peekskill at 4 Nelson Avenue, Peekskill, NY 10566.