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Posted by: thepinetree on 01/07/2022 10:20 AM Updated by: thepinetree on 01/07/2022 10:20 AM
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Amador County Sheriff's Office Reports 654 PG&E Customers Still Without Power

Jackson, CA...As of 630am on January 7th, there are still 654 PG&E customers without power in Amador County due to the 12/27 Winter Storm. PG&E has updated us that they still anticipate to have those customers fully restored today by 6pm.




*PG&E Is Supporting Independent Living Centers*
•PG&E has partnered with the California Foundation for Independent Living Centers, which is implementing the Disability Disaster Access & Resource (DDAR) program.
•FREED, an independent living center apart of the DDAR program, may be able to provide hotel accommodations, transportation and gift cards for generators to customers with disabilities, independent living needs, and older adults.

***Independent Living Center site***
DRAIL - Amador, Calaveras and Tuolumne
•Customers with disabilities or independent living needs can contact PG&E at 1-800-743-5000 to be referred to the Independent Living Center serving their community.


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Posted on: 2022-01-07 13:11:00   By: Anonymous
 

Fuk Donald Trump & his brainwashed lying, racist, hate filled, heartless, ignorant, inbred trolls of the GOP!!

President Biden is the best President in history!! Four More Years of Biden!! Superhero in chief!! Build Back Better!! Let’s Go Joe!!


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    Posted on: 2022-01-08 06:42:12   By: Anonymous
     
    You are an idiot!! You have no intelligence at all!! Just another crazy delusional Dem!!!

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Posted on: 2022-01-07 20:34:11   By: Anonymous
 
There was a time when every last home above the snow line had to have and alternate heat source per the county code. People stocked up food, batteries, candles when they new a storm was coming as per their local news. Firewood was gathered all year or at least in the fall. These snows are not something extreme that has never happened before.

What the he77 happened? There should be no reason people do not have the basic intelligence and life sustaining tools when living in snow country.

Normal high elevation weather is no emergency. Nor is it unexpected to have storm damage to structures and utilities during storms there.



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