BAY CITY — Officials at a Matagorda County power plant have taken immediate action to correct a low-level security violation, the man tasked with finding those violations said Thursday.

“When the issue came up, the licensee promptly took action to mitigate the issue,” said Alfred Sanchez, National Regulatory Commission senior resident inspector at the South Texas Project Electric Generating Station near Bay City. “The plant put in a significant amount of time and resources and people to permanently resolve the issue — not just resolve it for now, resolve it forever.”

Erinn Callahan is a reporter for The Facts. Contact her at 979-237-0150.

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