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PG&E At The PUC Today

Today, top executives of PG&E are expected at an emergency meeting to answer hard questions by state regulators about a massive pre-emptive power shutdown criticized as poorly executed and unacceptable. The meeting of the California Public Utilities Commission in San Francisco comes as outrage grows against PG&E's Public Safety Power Shutoffs last week in their efforts to prevent wildfires. (photo courtesy UC Davis)

Claim Filing Deadline

The deadline to file a claim against PG&E for damages or losses from the 2017 wildfires is Monday 10/21/19 at 5pm. Only about a third of the people affected by the fires have filed claims so far. The three page document questionaire is available at (photo courtesy Westman Journal)

Cannabis Appellation

In the same way wine lovers know their favorites by the location of the vineyards, cannabis users are asking for the same information. Governor Newsom has signed legislation written by State Senator Mike McGuire that will prevent cannabis suppliers from labeling their products with false origins of the cannabis. (photo courtesy Leafly)

Loma Prieta Earthquake Anniversary

Today is the 30th anniversary of the Loma Prieta Earthquake that shook the Bay Area, killed 68 people, destroyed hundreds of buildings and homes, and started massive fires. The 6.9 tembler also interuppted the World Series that was just getting going between the Giants and the A's. Today, thousands of people are signed up to participate in the Great California Earthquake Drill this morning, practicing the three part process of "Drop, Cover, and Hold On". (photo courtesy SFist)

Earthquake Warnings

The California Governor's Office of Emergency Services says earthquake early warning alerts will publicly available statewide starting today. The warnings produced by the ShakeAlert system will be pushed through a smartphone app called MyShake and the same wireless notification system that issues Amber Alerts. The system's statewide debut coincides with the 30th anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake that ravaged the Bay Area. (photo courtesy Triple M)

PG&E Shut Off's Explanation

PG&E has released their report on reasons for the power shut offs last week. The company says they considered many factors to protect the public from potential wildfires ignited by PG&E's equipment due to weather. Sonoma County experienced the strongest winds in the Bay Area with gusts up to 77 mph. The National Weather Service issued multiple Red Flag Warnings that lasted from Wednesday afternoon until Friday morning. PG&E has documented over 100 incidents of damage where wildfire could have occured if the lines had been energized. (photo courtesy PG&E)

Power Shut Off Survey

Sonoma County wants to know about your experience with the recent power shut offs. The Economic Development Board has organized a survey to hear about the impact on your business and the economy. You can access the survey by going to (photo courtesy

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