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February 28, 2006


Dan Conway

We lost our power last night at about 7:00PM and it came back on at midnight. We live on Howard Avenue between Costa Rica and Occidental. I reported it on Terry's web site. We ended up going to Round Table and then going to bed early. I slept very well without the TV on before bed!

Stephen Blair

Losing power is always a reminder that there is life without technology, albeit painful. This morning there was hail, what a hoot!


Keep chanting: Underground utilities, underground utilities, underground utilities...

Especially in the hills with the fire danger...

We saw the flash and fire from the wires hitting together last night over Daly City = 30,000 without power.

What was great: on upper-Adeline, no problems- thanks, Terri.

Rich Grogan

My daughter and Abraham Lincoln had a lot in common last night. She and Ab did their homework by candle light.

When given lemons make lemonade. I positioned three candles in just the right spot and curled up with a good book. Acturally it was kinda relaxing.

I felt sorry for the guy, who showed up across the street in his truck at 4:17 am and got our power back on line.

I am sure he was tired, but I have to thank him and his co-workers for working long hours is really miserable conditions.

Thank you Terry, for everything you have done to improve our electical power.

Terry Nagel

PGE representatives are scheduled to report at the March 20, 2006, meeting of the Burlingame City Council about ongoing power reliability issues. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 501 Primrose Road. The public will be invited to comment.

To see the letter BULB sent to PGE on January 24 about power and customer service problems, please go to: http://www.terrynagel.com/main/page/359/

Please continue to report power outages by filling out a Power Outage Report on my Web site at http://www.terrynagel.com/main/page/370/ every time your lights go out, even for a couple of seconds. The only way we can track power reliability in Burlingame is by having accurate information. You can see the log of outages reported in Burlingame here: http://www.terrynagel.com/main/page/490/

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