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San Bruno criticizes PG&E’s bankruptcy claim over explosion
August 22, 2013, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Pacific Gas & Electric’s claims that fines from the deadly 2010 gas pipeline explosion and fire in San Bruno could force the utility into bankruptcy contradicts the sworn legal testimony of its own finance expert, according to the city.

The city yesterday took aim at statements made by PG&E Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Tony Earley to Bloomberg News regarding the proposed penalty and fine by the California Public Utility Commission.

The CPUC’s five-member commission is expected to issue its final recommendation in coming months.

 

 

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