Log Cabin With Reactor View Becomes $2 Million Nuclear Holdout : News Photo

Log Cabin With Reactor View Becomes $2 Million Nuclear Holdout

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Children run along a breakwater at a fishing port near the reactor building for Electric Power Development Co.'s (J-Power) Oma nuclear power plant under construction in Oma Town, Aomori Prefecture, Japan, on Saturday, June 25, 2011. Over the 29 years since the nuclear plant was proposed, Oma has received almost 11 billion yen in subsidies, said Kenichi Ito, a town planning official. In Oma and other Aomori towns, the grants helped offset declining revenues that threatened the survival of rural communities, officials said. Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Children run along a breakwater at a fishing port near the reactor building for Electric Power Development Co.'s (J-Power) Oma nuclear power plant under construction in Oma Town, Aomori Prefecture, Japan, on Saturday, June 25, 2011. Over the 29 years since the nuclear plant was proposed, Oma has received almost 11 billion yen in subsidies, said Kenichi Ito, a town planning official. In Oma and other Aomori towns, the grants helped offset declining revenues that threatened the survival of rural communities, officials said. Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Children run along a breakwater at a fishing port near the reactor... News Photo 117687295Aomori Prefecture,Asia,Asian,Built Structure,Business,Child,Construction,Construction Site,Finance,Fishing,Groyne,Horizontal,Japan,Japanese,Nuclear Power Station,Nuclear Reactor,Occupation,Port,Run,TransportationPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2011 BloombergChildren run along a breakwater at a fishing port near the reactor building for Electric Power Development Co.'s (J-Power) Oma nuclear power plant under construction in Oma Town, Aomori Prefecture, Japan, on Saturday, June 25, 2011. Over the 29 years since the nuclear plant was proposed, Oma has received almost 11 billion yen in subsidies, said Kenichi Ito, a town planning official. In Oma and other Aomori towns, the grants helped offset declining revenues that threatened the survival of rural communities, officials said. Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg via Getty Images