United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Morning Report for March 23, 2001

                       Headquarters Daily Report

                         MARCH 23, 2001

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PRIORITY ATTENTION REQUIRED  MORNING REPORT - HEADQUARTERS MARCH 23, 2001

MR Number: H-01-0019

                           NRR DAILY REPORT ITEM
                           GENERIC COMMUNICATIONS



Subject: Issuance of Regulatory Issue Summary 2000-11, Supplement 1

NRC Regulatory Issue Summary 2000-11, Supplement 1: NRC Emergency
Telecommunications System, dated March 22, 2001

The U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission is issuing Regulatory Issue
Summary 2000-11, Supplement 1, to inform addressees that the FTS-2001
Emergency Telecommunications System (ETS) will require them to dial 1
before placing long distance calls and that they will need to update
their instructions and procedures accordingly.

Technical contact:  John R. Jolicoeur, IRO
                    301-415-6383
                    E-mail: jrj1@nrc.gov

Lead Project Manager:   William O. Long, NRR
                        301-415-3026
                        E-mail: wol@nrc.gov

Accession No. ML010570103

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REGION III  MORNING REPORT     PAGE  2          MARCH 23, 2001

Licensee/Facility:                     Notification:

Ce Nuclear Power Llc                   MR Number: 3-01-0005
Fuel Fabrication Facility              Date: 03/13/01
Festus,Missouri                        Ltr. dated 3/13/01 from CE NP LLC
Dockets: 07000036 License No: SNM-33

Subject: Cessation of Principal Activities

Discussion:

The CE Nuclear Power LLC fuel fabrication facility near Hematite, MO, has
permanently ceased the conversion of UF6 to UO2 powder, and, therefore,
no longer handles liquid UF6. Additionally, CE Nuclear Power LLC will
remove all UF6 from the site by March 31, 2001. Consistent with the
shutdown of conversion, powder handling has been greatly diminished and
1/3 of the pelletizing operation has been permanently ceased. It is CE
Nuclear Power LLC's intention to be complete with fuel handling
operations by September 30, 2001 and be in the decommissioning process
after this time.

Regional Action:

For information only.

Contact:  Monte Phillip              (630)829-9806
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