PG&E gets OK to cut pines

County Code Enforcement has given PG&E  permission to remove five “hazardous” Monterey pine trees in Cambria as part of the utility’s periodic “reliability program” of trimming and removing vegetation that could interrupt electrical service and pose a hazard to people and property.

Read more here:  PG&E gets OK to cut pines | The Cambrian | SanLuisObispo.com.

2 responses to this post.

  1. PG&E IS CUT HAPPY MOST OF WHAT THEY CLEAR CUT DOES NOT NEED IT NOR DOES IT NEED TO BE CUT YEARLY. TOO MUCH POWER TOO LITTLE CONTROL

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  2. Posted by Linda Wilson on April 30, 2013 at 10:33 pm

    And the mighty chain saws of PG&E march on toward complete obliteration of all trees over 17 feet tall. Hell hath no fury like PG&E in its destruction of our greenery.

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