Power lines opponents claim success at swaying official opinion
Rep. Gary Miller issued a statement through his campaign committee, blaming short-sighted Democratic lawmakers in Sacramento who in 2002, with Gov. Gray Davis at the helm, mandated power companies in California to generate a greater percentage of "so-called" green energy.
November 2, 2011
in Champion Newspapers
Hope for the Hills, a grass roots group fighting the Edison power lines, briefed the Chino Hills city council at its Oct. 25 meeting about its projects and protests, including garnering more support from elected officials.
"We have a wonderful and talented group of individuals in Chino Hills," said Hope for the Hills president Bob Goodwin. "With your help, with God's blessings, and the support of the entire community, we will definitely right this wrong."
The following day, CPUC Commissioner Mark Ferron's chief of staff met in San Francisco with two members of Edison's regulatory affairs and licensing staff for 45 minutes... [continue via Web link]