The workgroup reports are the products of the workgroups established at the April 29th commission meeting, and represent consensus thinking of the members of a given workgroup. The executive summary, compiled by commission staff, is an attempt to reconcile the recommendations of the three workgroups into one cohesive set of proposed recommendations for discussion and… [Read More]
Just three weeks into his new job, Johnson sat down with KCRA’s Edie Lambert to talk about wildfires, his plan for the company moving forward and regaining public trust.
Beyond the tight labor market, there is the challenge of enlisting a certain kind of worker for the difficult and dangerous job. To trim trees well, especially the 200-footers in the Sierra Nevada forests, contractors must be strong and agile, and able to handle fear and adrenaline surges.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Dennis Montali allowed PG&E to establish the fund despite criticism from wildfire victims’ attorneys who argued the amount falls far short of what the company should provide.
Facing intense pressure to eliminate fire risks, PG&E said Wednesday night it plans to rebuild the electric distribution system in devastated Paradise with underground power lines.
Attention IBEW 1245 Retirees in and around Sacramento and the Bay Area, You’re invited to a special briefing on the PG&E Bankruptcy, led by IBEW 1245 Sr. Assistant Business Manager Bob Dean. The briefing will be held on Wednesday, May 29th, 2019 from 10am to 11am at the 1245 Union Hall located at 30 Orange… [Read More]
Our hearts go out to 33-year IBEW 1245 member and PG&E Senior Operating Clerk Eltanalia “Tammy” Kinard, whose 23-year-old daughter, Taima, was tragically killed in a car accident just a few days shy of her college graduation. Sister Kinard and her family could use our support during this difficult time. A system-wide vacation sale has… [Read More]