Contact Elected Officials

Help us with our mission to protect Cape Cod Bay and the region from the harmful effects of coastal energy operations. Take action today by contacting the Governor, Attorney General, and state legislators.

Let them know that you’re concerned about Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station. Unless Pilgrim’s dry casks will be transported off-site within a decade, regulators and officials must ensure that Pilgrim’s nuclear waste is moved to higher elevation, farther away from Cape Cod Bay and securely protected from natural and man-made hazards, or moved off-site immediately.

Regulators and elected officials also need to ensure that Pilgrim is decommissioned and the site is cleaned up within a decade of closure in order to protect public and environmental health.

Here’s who to contact:

Governor Charlie Baker

Attorney General Maura Healey

Plymouth’s State Representatives

Representative Tom Calter (12th Plymouth District; includes Precincts 1, 11, 13 in Plymouth )

Representative Randy Hunt (5th Barnstable District; includes Precinct 9 in Plymouth)

Representative Matt Muratore (1st Plymouth District; includes Precincts 2-8, 10, 12, 14-15 in Plymouth)

Plymouth’s State Senator

Senator Vinny deMacedo (District: Plymouth and Barnstable)

If you’re from another town, find your legislators here:

Local Officials

You can also contact local officials in the Town of Plymouth and remind them that Entergy’s long-term storage of high level radioactive waste poses a risk to the community. Ask the Board of Selectmen to use their authority to ensure Entergy’s nuclear waste storage project at Pilgrim is “done right.”

Thank you for taking action!

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