PG&E’s Wildfire Safety Program Fails to Address Wildfire Ignition From Its Own Equipment.
As many of you know, PG&E has begun to implement aspects of its Community Wildfire Safety Program to reduce the risk of fire in high-danger areas such as the San Lorenzo Valley. Our office has received dozens upon dozens of calls and emails from constituents confused about the scope of the program and the rights and responsibilities they have as property owners in responding to PG&E’s requests to conduct enhanced vegetation removal as authorized by the California Public Utilities Commission.
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Petition to Geisha Williams, PG&E CEO and President, Gregg Lemier, Vice President, Electric Transmission Operations, PG&E, and Michael Picker, President, CPUC I live in a high-fire threat district. My community is subject to PG&E’s “Wildfire Safety Program” in which PG&E is seeking to remove trees and vegetation within a 12 ft. radius (24 ft. diameter) around power lines and poles. They
Many are confused by changing information from PG&E, and PG&E’s implementing the wildfire safety program in our county, without an opportunity, in advance, for residents to ask questions and get more specific information.
Responding to the confusion and controversy over PG&E’s precipitous, ill-conceived and destructive Wildfire Safety Program, Supervisor Bruce McPherson and State Assemblymember Mark Stone have co-signed this letter to PG&E’s CEO and President, VP, and CPUC President.
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