Editor,

Those who experienced a weekend with no electricity owe thanks to the small army of workers who worked during a historic storm to restore electricity to our homes. On Monday evening at approximately 9:30 p.m., two PG&E trucks showed up outside our home and the crew started to work, which resulted in electricity being restored to our neighborhood.

Thank you for your professionalism and great attitudes.

Rich Grogan

Burlingame

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D Gilbrech

I want to sarcastically thank all the California voters who voted to deregulate and privatize PG&E against PG&E's desire. Now, we are reaping the reward of all the short sighted voters.

aball52

please stop blaming PGE for the outage they are the messengers to repair the transformer they carry the message no the blame blame somebody else.

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