Three Mile Island decommissioning

It looks like the decommissioning of the Three Mile Island  Generating Station is on its way. You may not be aware of that but the station is still running in spite of the famous accident that involved the partial melt-down of the reactor core.

Exelon Corporation must have sped things up and seem to be currently working on the shutdown of the nuclear plant prior to any public communication on that matter.

Does that mean that this cursed station still puts population and environment at risk?

A sign explains the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant accident that occurred in 1979 with active cooling towers in the background in Middletown, Pennsylvania, U.S., on Friday, March 18, 2011. U.S. nuclear regulators will meet in public next week to discuss the reactor crisis in Japan as President Barack Obama seeks a review of safety at domestic atomic plants. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg ORG XMIT: 110405483