PG&E Outages = Attend CPUC Meeting 9/23 at 10am

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Our office has been working with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) regarding the frequent, unplanned power outages impacting the Divide, specifically in Garden Valley/Georgetown/Kelsey. Our CPUC contact has advised that the best way to get some action from the CPUC is to have many individuals call in during the public comment period of the CPUC Voting Meeting and bring their personal stories to the Commissioners’ attention.

We are asking that you attend the next online CPUC Voting Meeting on 9/23/21 at 10am and tell your personal story of how the power outages are impacting your lives and livelihoods. If you have a neighbor who needs technical assistance, please reach out to help them attend and tell their story. Expect to be limited to a one minute comment.

Date: 9/23/2021
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: Remote access only
Call-in-Number: (800) 857-1917
Participant PASSCODE: 9899501#

Public Comment - Speak:
If you would like to speak during the public comment period at the start of the meeting, please participate by phone and call in by 10 a.m. and you will be able to make your comment. (As a reminder, parties to a proceeding cannot speak to issues related to the proceeding to which they are a party.) To listen or make comments not to exceed 1 minute (may be extended to 2 minutes depending on number of speakers) by phone, dial 1-800-857-1917 and enter passcode 9899501#. To make a public comment, press *1 (star one) when prompted by the operator once he/she comes on the line. Once you press *1 you will be prompted to state your name and/or organization, and will not hear from the operator until it is your turn to speak. Wait times may be lengthy depending on number of speakers.

If you experience difficulty calling into the Public Comment line, please send an email to or call (415) 703-5263.

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