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NID causes flashback

The NID plan to bulldoze 40 feet through the Banner Mountain landscape reminds me of what happened to my father-in-law in Sonoma County. He had 77 beautiful acres on the top of Sonoma Mountain until the knock on the door and PG&E said hello. They cut a swath far bigger than 40 feet right through his priceless oak forest and put giant electrical towers in place. Tons of cut oak trees were left in place creating a huge fire hazard. It broke his heart as he thought the world of PG&E and swore by their stock. Compensation didn’t even touch the devaluation of that beautiful property.

Carl Marschall

Grass Valley

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