Natrual gas will be flowing through the pipelines that has been at the center of controversy in San Carlos. Joe Rosato Jr. reports.
Natural gas will be flowing through the pipeline that has been at the center of controversy in San Carlos.
PG&E officials planned to restart Line 147 on Monday. The line runs along a four-mile stretch under Brittan Avenue.
The pipeline was shut down in October after city officials found emails in which a PG&E employee questioned the safety of several pipelines, including Line 147, following the 2010 explosion of a natural gas pipeline in San Bruno. That explosion killed eight people and destroyed 40 homes.
Last month, a judge ruled Line 147 could be restarted Monday at 125 pounds per square inch, significantly less than the 330 pounds per square inch PG&E believes is safe.