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PG&E to Discuss Wildlife Safety at Open House



    PG&E to Discuss Wildlife Safety at Open House
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    PG&E workers work to repair power lines in the Coffey Park neighborhood following the damage caused by the Tubbs Fire on October 13, 2017 in Santa Rosa, California.

    With wildfire season already active the Bay Area, PG&E is hosting a wildfire safety open house Thursday night in Walnut Creek.

    Utility representatives will be on-hand to talk about PG&E's efforts to harden the grid with improved equipment and the expanded public safety power shutoff program, in which planned blackouts will occur during high winds.

    Residents and others are welcome to drop by from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Camellia Room at The Gardens at Heather Farm at 1540 Marchbanks Drive.

    For anyone unable to attend, PG&E is also offering free webinars online. More information about the webinars is available here.

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