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Posted by: thepinetree on 01/22/2017 04:48 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 01/23/2017 07:46 AM
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Repair Crews Continue Their Battle Against Power Outages

Arnold, CA...Upper Elevations in Amador, Calaveras & Tuolumne Counties are still suffering under wave after wave of outages. Some residents have been restored only to go dark again as another outage takes down a different part of the grid. Crews are doing a great job under adverse conditions and overall the numbers are down again. The list is below...






Arnold
46 Outages affecting 3050 Customers

Avery
1 Outages affecting 1 Customers

Cedar Ridge
1 Outages affecting 1 Customers

Dorrington
5 Outages affecting 355 Customers

Forest Meadows
3 Outages affecting 74 Customers

Groveland
1 Outages affecting 44 Customers

Ione
4 Outages affecting 66 Customers

Jackson
5 Outages affecting 43 Customers

Linden
2 Outages affecting 28 Customers

Long Barn
3 Outages affecting 868 Customers

Mi-Wuk Village
13 Outages affecting 695 Customers

Mokelumne Hill
1 Outages affecting 4 Customers

Mono Vista
3 Outages affecting 3 Customers

Murphys
1 Outages affecting 1 Customers

Phoenix Lake
2 Outages affecting 132 Customers

Pine Grove
2 Outages affecting 2 Customers

Pine Mountain Lake
2 Outages affecting 9 Customers

Pioneer
10 Outages affecting 404 Customers

Plymouth
1 Outages affecting 1 Customers

Rancho Calaveras
4 Outages affecting 4 Customers

San Andreas
1 Outages affecting 1 Customers

Sonora
5 Outages affecting 55 Customers

Soulsbyville
1 Outages affecting 1 Customers

Tuolumne
1 Outages affecting 5 Customers

Twain Harte
17 Outages affecting 1593 Customers

Valley Springs
4 Outages affecting 4 Customers

Volcano
2 Outages affecting 295 Customers

West Point
1 Outages affecting 6 Customers


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Thank you
Posted on: 2017-01-22 20:54:06   By: Anonymous
 
I got my power back on. Thank you. I was prepared so things went well and I read 2 good books ☃️☃️

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Posted on: 2017-01-22 21:51:43   By: Anonymous
 
The lists have not included Hathaway Pines where we have been without power since Friday night. The last call we got from PG&E said back on by 11:00p tonight. (It was changed from 3:00, and 7:00p restorations times.)
Thanks for all the updates and we are sooo appreciative for the efforts of PG&E.


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Posted on: 2017-01-23 05:18:54   By: Anonymous
 
Power should be run under ground as it is in most modern countries.

Then we would not have so many outages during mild weather.

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    Posted on: 2017-01-23 07:39:39   By: Anonymous
     
    Tesla invented a way to broadcast electricity over the air over 100 years ago, but the power companies could not figure out how to charge customers. Electricity over lines is primitive.

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    Posted on: 2017-01-23 10:43:54   By: Anonymous
     
    Overhead power lines are still the most cost efficient way to transport power to folks especially in rural/mountainous terrain. If you want it underground, prepare to pay for it, and big time. Then when it does go out underground, the fixes are twice as long.



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