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$1 million 45-day period additional agreed amount analysis approximately arrangement assumed ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION August authorized basis Boiling Water Reactor Chairman PRICE Commission Commission's Committee on Atomic CONGRES CONGRESS THE LIBRARY contingencies Contractor cover Crosse Boiling Water currently Dairyland Power Cooperative decommissioning determined discussed dollar economic value effect efforts estimated event executed existing contract failure figure fuel fuel cores funds further Government Joint Committee July 9 KINTNER LACBWR letter liability LIBRARY OF CONGRESS Manager material ment million modifications necessary negotiated November nuclear obligation obtain offer operating costs operating the reactor parties period present prior produced proposed sale provisional operating license purchase purchase price questions reactor plant reasons Record reduce reimbursement relieved replacement power Representative HOSMER responsibility result revised risks sell Senator SHERWOOD staff steam submitted Supplemental Agreement technical transfer
Page 1 - Also present: Edward J. Bauser, executive director; George F. Murphy, Jr., deputy director; James B. Graham, assistant director; Norman P.
Page 29 - Each such submission must lie before the Joint Committee for a period of 45 days while Congress is in session unless the Joint Committee by resolution waives this 45-day waiting period.
Page 2 - ... when it is presented. Respectfully, WENDELL H. PIERCE, Executive Director. The CHAIRMAN. Now, Dr. Marland, you may proceed with such statement as you desire to make. STATEMENT OF SIDNEY P. MARLAND, JR., PH. D., NOMINEE TO BE US COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION Dr. MARLAND. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I do have a statement, which with the committee's permission I would like to read. It does in part amplify the resume which the chairman has cited. Mr. Chairman and members of the committee, having been nominated...
Page 26 - ... Exhibit 1 and further described in the findings of evidentiary fact herein, have not been approved by the Commission. 3. That the adjustments to the balance sheet of Niagara Telephone Company as of December 31, 1953, as shown in columns (b) and (d) of table 1 above are reasonable and in accordance with the applicable provisions of the uniform system of accounts prescribed by this Commission for said company. CONCLUSIONS OF LAW THE COMMISSION CONCLUDES: 1. That Niagara Telephone Company is a public...
Page 5 - Bauer, who is the Manager of the Chicago Operations Office of the Commission.