PG&E wants to pass San Bruno costs of...

PG&E wants to pass San Bruno costs off to customers

There are 2 comments on the Cal Coast News story from Feb 18, 2011, titled PG&E wants to pass San Bruno costs off to customers. In it, Cal Coast News reports that:

Last year's fatal pipeline blast in San Bruno is costing more than PG&E expected and the utility may ask customers to help foot the bill.

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Since: Aug 08

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#1 Feb 19, 2011
What would make anyone think that a corporation with the talent it displays for extremely poor work for over decades is all of the sudden worthy to dip in the citizens pockets. Folks we are headed in a direction where we are being forced to buy substandard goods and services?

Since: Aug 08

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#2 Feb 19, 2011
I make a terrible community gas system with a history of short cutting projects where I have the power so you have to buy it. It's so nice to have money and power in the country, you can get away with anything!

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