Update: Public Safety Power Shutoff remains in effect for 17k customers in North Bay and 42k in Sierra Foothills. In Napa, Lake, Sonoma, Amador, El Dorado and Calaveras counties, we continue to provide updates to our impacted customers. pic.twitter.com/Wqde9cqiQj
– PG & E (@ PGE4Me) October 15, 2018
The National Weather Service has canceled a wind advisory in the Bay Area.
PG & E spokesperson Deanna Contreras.
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Many local officials believe the utility had no choice after the devastating wildfires last year.
"It's going to be a problem," he said Sonoma County Supervisor James Gore.
Sonoma County residents prepped for PG & E Red Flag Warning power outages
Calfire has died County. But a recent CalFire report blamed PG & E equipment for a dozen wildfires in 201
PG & E says it will be about 415 customers in Sonoma County, impacting 5,700 in Napa County and approximately 11,000 in Lake County.
The City of Calistoga has advised that the planned power outages will affect approximately 2,300 customers in Calistoga.
The utility they are safe to use because they are safe, they are safe, they can not be re-energized.
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