Tuesday, February 4, 2014

San Bruno Accuses P.U.C of Cozy Relationship with PG&E

Two years after a gas pipeline rupture in the city of San Bruno that killed eight residents and destroyed a suburban neighborhood, the city has filed a lawsuit against the California Public Utilities Commission for failing to disclose documents and communications between the Commission and Pacific Gas and Electric, the company responsible for the explosion, which the city believes show improper business activities between the two parties. The city held a press conference today attended by the mayor of San Bruno and a representative from the office of state senator Jerry Hill who represents the 13th district.
Pacifica’s Saadia Malik reports: