I don't remember seeing any news about it last year, but then I didn't pay much attention to Fukushima II (Daini).
TEPCO released a series of photographs showing the repair and improvement on Fukushima II Nuclear Power Plant. In it, there are photographs of Monitoring Posts 6 and 7, right after the earthquake/tsunami on March 11, 2011 and after they were rebuilt.
Rebuilt? Yes, they were heavily damaged in the tsunami. MP7 was completely wiped out, as you see in the photo below from TEPCO's Photos and Videos Library 8/3/2012:
MP7 before the earthquake/tsunami (3/17/2004):
MP7 after the earthquake/tsunami (4/24/2011):
Temporary MP7 (8/26/2011):
MP7 newly built (7/24/2012):
So, where is MP7 located? From TEPCO's page on radiation monitoring for Fuku-II:
Comparing this with Google Map, that's about 200 to 300 meters from the river mouth.