Tag Archives: Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS)

Bohn says no more power shutoffs in 2020

Bohn says no more power shutoffs in 2020

Supervisor Mike Wilson said county residents were led to believe a “mythology” that power generation could be locally isolated in a so-called energy island. “I think there were many people within PG&E who were just as shocked as we were that the larger bureaucracy just didn’t perform in the way that they thought it would,” he continued.

PSPS update: Arcata, most of Humboldt gets to stay lit

According to the City of Arcata and Humboldt County, PG&E is now saying that “most” Humboldt communities won’t be affected by tonight’s Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS). Says the city: City of Arcata announcement Posted on: October 24, 2019Humboldt County PG&E Public Safety Power Outage Update 5:45 PM, UPDATE: PG&E has confirmed that most of

UPDATE: Power to remain on Tuesday night

Tuesday evening, Oct. 29 update: Power will remain on throughout most of Humboldt Tuesday night. Details here. PG&E update OCT 29 PSPS UPDATE: PG&E Begins Shutting Power Off for Next Offshore Wind Event Impacting Approximately 597,000 Customers; Approximately 400,000 Customers from Oct. 26 PSPS Remain Impacted  Nearly 70 Community Resource Centers in 29 Counties Available

Arcata and county updates, plus food safety tips

City of Arcata update Humboldt County PG&E Public Safety Power Outage Update Tuesday, October 29, UPDATE: PG&E has confirmed that all Humboldt County customers may lose power today, Tuesday, October 29. This includes the City of Arcata. Residents should continue to prepare for an extended power outage which could last for several days. PG&E has

Big Blue Café burns, other businesses evacuated

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – An electrical power generator is the cause of the Sunday fire that damaged Big Blue Café on the Plaza, leaving it and adjacent businesses and offices closed Monday. Assistant Fire Chief Sean Campbell said the generator had been placed at the restaurant’s back door, providing electricity to

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