Because it is supposedly leaking radioactive materials and is not up to safetly standards since it is so old.
There is only one nuclear power plant in Vermont, which is the Vermont Yankee plant in Vernon. Vernon is in the southeast corner of the state.
No, the old Yankee Staduim was still called Yankee Staduim.
The Vermont Yankee plant is currently licensed to produce 620 MW. It was originally licensed to produce 520 MW, but received an uprate in power output in May of 2006.
The old Yankee Stadium, from 1923-2008, was always named Yankee Stadium.
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"Old Yankee Stadium" or Yankee Stadium I, was home to the New York Yankees from 1923 - 2008 . Yankee Stadium was also known as "The House that Ruth Built."
Yes. The old Yankee Stadium had a seating capacity of 56,936.
Daddy Yankee is really 35 years old but he look younger
The old New York Yankee Stadium closed in 2008 and they ended up building the new stadium right across the street from the old Yankee Stadium.
Daddy Yankee was 18 year old when had his 1st baby and he was confused..
The old Yankee Stadium had a seating capacity of 56,936.
No. On May 13, 2010, the demolition of the old Yankee Stadium was completed.
The old Yankee Stadium opened on April 18, 1923.
Yes. On May 13, 2010, the demolition of the old Yankee Stadium was completed.
The old Yankee Stadium seating capacity was 56,936.
The new Yankee Stadium is the home of the Yankees. The Yankees said farewell to the old Yankee Stadium in '08.
Old and outdated.
The Yankees played in the old Yankee Stadium from 1923-2008.
No, it is not. The new Yankee Stadium, like the old stadium, is natural grass.
No, it does not. The new Yankee Stadium, like the old one, has no roof.