SDG&E Update – 3 Days Left – Thursday Morning Call-in

SDG&E Update – 3 Days Left – Thursday Morning Call-in

This Thursday, September 24 beginning at 10:00 a.m. the CPUC Commissioners will again hold their public comment period before casting their vote on SDG&E’s proposed project.  Our goal is to get 100 people to call in sometime during the morning to make them aware of how much we want them to consider other options by conducting an EIR before approving this project OR immediately approve placing these lines underground.  Help us reach that goal, mark it on your calendar and make sure to tell at least one neighbor and share with your social network.   The call-in number is:

 

1-800-857-1917, passcode: 9899501 – once in the system you must press *1 to get into the queue to speak

(If you called in previously, you cannot speak again.  However, others from your household can speak and you can also help by finding a neighbor who will call in.)

 

Webcast link:

www.adminmonitor.com/ca/cpuc

 

We encourage everyone to call and voice their concerns and share any personal stories, but we are also looking for people who are available from 9:30 until 10:30 to 11 ish, to help us in presenting to the Commissioners an ‘organized’ presentation.  If you are available and interested in this chance to help, please email Robert Pack at packrobert@gmail.com for more information.

 

You can call in anytime starting at 9:50 all the way until the public comment period ends.  If you are busy around 10:00 a.m., try calling in whenever you are free, hopefully the call in period will last until at least 1 or 2 p.m. (or beyond).  The public comment period ends when there are no more callers waiting to speak in the queue, so the longer the comment period stays open the better.

 

Let’s not miss what will probably be our last opportunity to make our voices heard.

 

As always if you need more information and ideas for talking points visit our website at sanmarcospowerlines.com or email Robert Pack at packrobert@gmail.com.

 

SDG&E Power Line Committee

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