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Kewaunee station will power down on May 7

Economic development group receives a $50,000 planning grant

3:08 PM, Mar. 14, 2013
John and Sheila Nimmer, left, are congratulated by Kristy Pagel, president of the Kewaunee County Economic Development Corp. board, after being presented with Vocal Local Awards at the KCEDC annual meeting on March 13.
John and Sheila Nimmer, left, are congratulated by Kristy Pagel, president of the Kewaunee County Economic Development Corp. board, after being presented with Vocal Local Awards at the KCEDC annual meeting on March 13.
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Kewaunee County and the 650 employees of Kewaunee Power Station now have a firm date when the flow of electricity from the nuclear plant will be turned off: May 7.

Dominion Resources Inc., the facility's owner, announced March 11 that it has notified the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission about the date of the closure. The company announced in October that the plant would be decommissioned starting this spring because it was no longer feasible to operate and a buyer could not be found.

Barbara LaMue, regional account manager for the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp., said WEDC and local ...

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