Petition

Sign this petition and demand the immediate removal of CPUC President Michael Peevey. The safety of our public utilities depends on it.

Keep Your City Safe from PG&E Gas Disasters. Demand PG&E Shareholders Pay for a Safe System.

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The Story

On September 9, 2010, a PG&E pipeline exploded in the City of San Bruno, killing eight residents, injuring 66, destroying scores of homes and ripping a hole in the heart of our community.

How This Happened

Faulty record keeping and negligent oversight by PG&E management and the California Public Utilities Commission led to th 2010 explosion and fire in San Bruno.

PG&E says they invested millions in its gas pipeline safety program,yet troubling discoveries demonstrate that PG&E still does not know what pipes they have in the ground. Company executives recently admitted to serious record-keeping errors and were sanctioned by the CPUC for failing to inform regulators of these problems on a pipeline in San Carlos, Calif.

Ensuring This Never Happens Again

The City of San Bruno, Calif. is sponsoring this petition as part of its fight to ensure that PG&E shareholders are held accountable and company executives fulfill their obligation to public safety so that what happened in our city does not happen again, anywhere.

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Your Letter

By filling in the form above, this letter will be sent on your behalf to the California Public Utilities Commission.

CPUC Executive Director Paul Clanon
California Gov. Jerry Brown
PG&E CEO and Chairman Tony Earley
Hold PG&E accountable and make our cities safe again

I urge you to hold the Pacific Gas & Electric Company and its shareholders accountable for the explosion and fire in San Bruno, Calif. and help ensure that a gas pipeline tragedy of that magnitude never happens again, anywhere.

State and federal investigations found that the deadly pipeline explosion in San Bruno, Calif. that killed eight was entirely preventable and did not have to happen.

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In The News

California Regulator Sued by City for Pacific Gas Records

Karen Gullo, Bloomberg Businessweek - ‎February 4, 2014

California utilities regulators were sued by the city of San Bruno to turn over records relating to proceedings against Pacific Gas & Electric Co. over a 2010 natural-gas pipeline explosion that killed eight people.

San Bruno Sues CPUC for Gas Pipeline Explosion Documents

NBC Bay Area - ‎February 4, 2014

San Bruno is escalating its tense relationship with the California Public Utilities Commission by hitting it with a lawsuit, demanding public records related to the 2010 deadly gas-line inferno.

PG&E Attempt to Improperly Influence California…

SanFranciscoSentinel.com - ‎Jan 18, 2014‎‎

San Bruno, Calif. – An attempt by Pacific Gas & Electric Company to broker what appears to be a secret deal with a California Public Utilities Commission staffer should result in significant penalties and fines for the utility company and the creation of an … revealed in a report by Jaxon Van Derbecken San Francisco Chronicle newspaper, detailed how PG&E hoped to quietly pay a $375,000 fine to avoid paying a proposed $2.5 billion in penalties and fines for the 2010 San Bruno explosion and fire that killed eight, …

San Bruno pushes for fresh fine against PG&E

San Francisco Chronicle - ‎Jan 17, 2014

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. should be fined for not telling San Bruno officials it was seeking a reduction in fines for the 2010 pipeline explosion that leveled a neighborhood because it had been penalized in another case, the city said Friday. PG&E officials…

San Bruno pushes for fresh fine against PG&E

San Francisco Chronicle - ‎Jan 17, 2014

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. should be fined for not telling San Bruno officials it was seeking a reduction in fines for the 2010 pipeline explosion that leveled a neighborhood because it had been penalized in another case, the city said Friday. PG&E officials…

PG&E Attempt to Improperly Influence CPUC…

Yahoo! Finance‎- ‎Jan 17, 2014

The apparent backroom deal, revealed in a San Francisco Chronicle news report, detailed how PG&E hoped to quietly pay a $375,000 fine to avoid paying a proposed $2.5 billion in penalties and fines for the 2010 San Bruno explosion and fire that killed …

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