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|2017-10-18Oct 18, 2017
After more than a week of around-the-clock restoration work, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) said today that it restored electric power to 97 percent of customers who can receive it. Late today, the company also reported it was granted access by CAL FIRE to an additional 6,000 homes and businesses, reducing the number of customers the company cannot access to about 400. The company expects to restore service to these 6,000 additional customers within the next 24 to 48 hours and get access through CAL FIRE for the remaining 400. PG&E also said it expects to restore gas service to all remaining customers who can receive it by Wednesday evening.
|2017-10-18Oct 18, 2017
Since the fires began, more than 353,000 customers who experienced electric outages due to the wildfires have had their service restored. As of Thursday morning, Oct. 19, the company expects that all but approximately 2,800 customers who are able to receive electric service will have been restored. These customers are in difficult-to-reach areas with challenging terrain and/or PG&E is awaiting CAL FIRE’s approval to access. PG&E expects to restore these remaining customers by Friday.
|2017-10-09Oct 9, 2017
Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) response to the wind-driven wildfires in the North Bay will continue until all customers who can be restored have their power and gas back.
|2017-09-27Sep 27, 2017
A TMDL (Total Maximum Daily Load) wastewater solutions public workshop was held 9/20/17. The event was well attended with strong citizen participation
|2017-08-30Aug 30, 2017
I came away from the new Al Gore movie simply astonished by the power of this film, the concepts, the conversations, the graphics, and the stunning cinematography.
|2017-08-29Aug 29, 2017
Sonoma County residents have an historic opportunity to address two of America’s most critical 21st century issues: one is soaring economic inequality and the explosion of low-wage jobs paying less than $15 an hour; the other is global warming and the imperative to drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions by ending our reliance on fossil fuel. California communities have addressed both crises with “good jobs and zero waste” policies.
|2017-08-25Aug 25, 2017
Hundreds of spectators, dignitaries, and SMART Train employee family members crowded a bunting bedecked Railroad Square Depot on Friday, Aug. 25 to celebrate the kickoff of the first passenger rail service in Sonoma County in six decades.
|2017-08-06Aug 6, 2017
As a follow-up to last year’s Electric Vehicle Incentive pilot program, which saw 206 customers purchase or lease steeply discounted electric vehicles, phase two of Sonoma Clean Power’s Drive EverGreen program will run from August 8th to October 31st, 2017.
|2017-07-30Jul 30, 2017
Remember your first car? With savings from her babysitting and odd jobs, Californian Reece bought a 1941 Plymouth Coupe (the fondly remembered “Betsy”) when both were 16. Ex-NYer Carol, who’s only a few years younger than Reece, bought her first car 17 years later: a 1974 Chevy Nova (at 8 mpg the names Carol and her spouse, Roz, called this otherwise fine car can’t be repeated!)
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