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Residents Frustrated With Power Shutoff

Even though P-G-and-E says the power was shut off for safety reasons, many affected are not happy. Alice Root of Rough and Ready attended yesterday’s Nevada County Board of Supervisors meeting, and asked them for help…

Listen to Alice Root

There was a P-G-and-E representative there later in the meeting. Supervisor Ed Scofield echoed Root’s comments…

Listen to Ed Scofield

P-G-and-E Public Affairs Specialist Brandon Sanders, who was already scheduled to be at the meeting prior to the shutoff warning, admitted that the criticism is fair…

Listen to Brandon Sanders

Power was being restored gradually at the time Sanders spoke, and was back on for everyone by yesterday afternoon.


1 Comment

September 25, 2019

C Boganes

I sure appreciate the efforts of PG&E but a process based on the current
Weather condition give me reason to seriously question the process .

There has been no wind here in Chicago Park.....NONE.

I am now my own fire hazard, hauling and pouring gas. If each customer has two gallons of gas being poured today, WOW!

That’s a lot of fumes, exhaust and old ladies with puddles of the stuff on the ground.

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