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Posted by: thepinetree on 04/21/2024 09:24 AM Updated by: thepinetree on 04/21/2024 09:44 AM
Expires: 01/01/2029 12:00 AM

Over 2,000 PG&E Customers Powerless on Sunday Morning in Our Area (Updated)

Arnold, CA...(Updated...Now Portions of Angels Camp area without power as well) Just under 2,000 customers in the Arnold area and another few hundred in the Columbia area are without power this morning. PG&E has an estimated restoral time of 2:15pm this afternoon.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2024-04-21 09:52:03   By: Anonymous
A power outage on a clear sunday morning? Definitely weather related

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Of course!!!
Posted on: 2024-04-21 09:52:38   By: Anonymous
Just keep on TV advertising that costs a fortune and raising rates several times a year - why not be proactive and replace needed equipment before outages with that money?? PGE should have been split smaller many, many years ago, they are a monopoly and gouging us to death.

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    Re: Of course!!!
    Posted on: 2024-04-21 10:27:24   By: Anonymous
    Give the customers a few days notice before you turn the power off for your equipment issues. This obviously not weather related and the areas that had power during the last outage are the ones affected today.

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      Re: Of course!!!
      Posted on: 2024-04-21 11:33:29   By: Anonymous
      Agree - last fix was a band-aid evidently until the needed equipment could be secured.. Classic PGE!!! And all PUC does is approve all their rate increase requests, they never say "NO"!

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        Re: Of course!!!
        Posted on: 2024-04-22 08:02:26   By: Anonymous
        At least it happened on a Sunday.
        Force some to go out and enjoy a beautiful day.

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