Panel addresses transitioning Indian Point's 950 workers to other jobs

November 2017
Westchester County Business Journal;11/13/2017, Vol. 53 Issue 46, p4
The article reports on the plans of Indian Point Energy Center regarding Buchanan nuclear plant starts winding down operations creates some unusual opportunities and presents the views of Mario J. Musolino, executive deputy commissioner of the state Department of Labor, on the same.


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