September 13, 2017 Meeting Minutes
Old Foothill Farms Community Task Force
Date: September 13, 2017
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Pioneer Elementary School
5816 Pioneer Way, Sacramento, CA 95841
Join the Neighborhood Clean-Up Movement in Old Foothill Farms!
Unite with like-minded individuals who not only take pride in our community but are willing to take Action! Interested in participating?
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Pioneer Park – Sunrise Recreation and Park District has purchased some cool new play equipment in addition to the equipment currently at the park. Can't wait to see them at the park!
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September 13, 2017 Agenda
PG&E’s “Great Grab”, and What You Can Do About It (And Do It Soon…)
If you were shocked and horrified by your December and January PG&E bills, you aren’t alone; millions of California households, expecting a moderate 15% increase, were confronted with bills that 150%, 200%, even 300% of their bills for this same period last year.
When they called PG&E, it was “blame the victim” time: we had an unusually wet and cold winter, and you didn’t conserve as well as you should have; you don’t have enough insulation; your appliances are too inefficient.
The facts are that December 2016 and January 2017 in Sacramento were actually warmer than 2015-16, that you had the same insulation you had last year, and that your appliances hadn’t become twice as inefficient over the year. The other facts are that PG&E went to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) in 2015 and applied for a rate increase, to phase in over two years.
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