School district approves PSPS agreement with PG&E

Fire is a part of living in “The Golden State.” Residents of the state know that, for sure.
And as those living in California know, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) will sometimes institute Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) events where power is shut off. This is done to avoid any potential for fire, or any threat to health and safety when winds are expected to be at a high speed, or humidity levels are high.
During PSPS events, PG&E officials set up tents with generators for cooling a...

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