Thirty Years After Sacramento Voted To Shut It Down, Rancho Seco Reinventing Itself While Dealing With Nuclear Past
November 5, 2019 | Randol White
In 1989 Sacramento made history by being the first community to shut down a nuclear power plant by public vote. Now Rancho Seco is host to a campground, lake, and solar fields. But parts of the plant's nuclear legacy remain.