After two years of no integrated project schedule (IPS),
Georgia Power tried to get the
the elected Public Service Commissioners to
tell it how to enforce a contract for Plant Vogtle that Georgia Power
brought to them.
This video clip ends with formerly staunch pro-nuclear Commissioner
H. Doug Everett saying any company that did that probably would be imprudent.
And Everett also said:
We haven’t seen any results.
Georgia Power’s representative, I think Rob Trokey, said:
We have agreed haven’t we that
the company does not manage this project.
They oversee it,
they may report to this commission the status of it,
but it does not manage this project.
An Atlanta Gas Light (AGL) regulator station that is being
constructed on Parcel 36 off of Clairmont Rd., has been a project of
concern for some time now. Site conditions such as trenches full of
water, deteriorating banks, eroding foundations, corrosion,
substandard and hazardous construction practices, and a host of
other issues, have become the catalyst to amplifying an effort to
have Public Service Commissioner, Chuck Eaton, intervene and ask
that AGL cease construction and remove the station.