Consideration of Michigan Pursuing an NRC Agreement . A Discussion with Stakeholders March 2, 2007. Presenters: Jim Sygo, Deputy Director, DEQ Jan Christensen, Deputy Director, DCH George Bruchmann, DEQ Thor Strong, DEQ Sheri Minnick, NRC. DEQ Thor Strong 517-241-1252 Robert Skowronek
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A Discussion with Stakeholders
March 2, 2007
Jim Sygo, Deputy Director, DEQ
Jan Christensen, Deputy Director, DCH
George Bruchmann, DEQ
Thor Strong, DEQ
Sheri Minnick, NRC
For the categories included in Agreement:
To the Licensee:
To the State:
An aggressive timeline to finalize an NRC Agreement in 4 – 5 years.
Adequate, well-trained staff is a prerequisite to signing an Agreement
10 FTEs (8 tech., 2 admin. support)
Assure that a State Program can be conducted for lower costs than that of NRC’s.
Develop a Funding Mechanism that is limited, reasonable and equitable.
Need to train staff quickly but fully.
Regional Government Liaison Officer, Region 3, Lisle, IL
James Lynch, Regional Agreement State Officer, NRC Region 3
Kevin Null, Senior Health Physicist, NRC Region 3