The construction of a nuclear power plant falls more on the jurisdiction of the state rather than the city. The city does have to approve a project, but ultimately the state has more pull in the approval process.
Getting a nuclear power plant approved for construction usually takes as much as 6 years but can take more than a decade. The stringency of the building states construction and environmental laws determine the time necessary to approve a project. For example, getting approval in a state such as California would be incredibly difficult and time consuming, but approval in Oklahoma would be considerably less difficult.
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