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    PG&E warns of possible power shutoff for 32 counties, 44,000 customers starting Monday in California – Fresno, California

    Fresno, California 2021-10-09 18:10:44 –

    San Francisco (KGO)- Pacific Gas and Electric On Saturday, he said it might need to be turned off from Monday morning due to dry gust weather conditions.

    The agency added that this could affect 44,000 customers in 32 counties and seven tribes throughout the state.

    PG & E states that potential closures could begin on Monday morning in parts of the North Valley, Sacramento, and the San Joaquin hills.

    Depending on the timing of the wind event, potential blockages of the North Sierra Foot Hills, North Bay, North Coast region, Bay Area hills, and Central Valley could begin on Monday night.

    Below is a list of counties that may be affected by PG & E::

    Alameda: 134 customers, 10 medical baseline customers
    Butte: 769 customers, 69 medical baseline customers
    Caravelas: 2,536 customers, 188 medical baselines
    Corsa: 566 customers, 39 medical baseline customers
    Contra Costa: 601 customers, 40 medical baseline customers
    El Dorado: 303 customers, 20 medical baseline customers
    Fresno: 5,008 customers, 436 medical baseline customers
    Glen: 377 customers, 22 medical baseline customers
    Kern: 7 customers, 0 medical baseline customers
    Kings: 10 customers, 0 medical baseline customers
    Lake: 4,094 customers, 307 medical baseline customers
    Madera: 2,884 customers, 225 medical baseline customers

    Mariposa: 778 customers, 73 medical baseline customers
    Merced: 20 customers, 0 medical baseline customers
    Monterey: 845 customers, 27 medical baseline customers
    Napa: 2,207 customers, 107 medical baseline customers
    Nevada: 3 customers, 0 medical baseline customers
    Placement: 5,975 customers, 388 medical baseline customers
    Plumas: 309 customers, 4 medical baseline customers
    San Benito: 84 customers, 2 medical baseline customers
    San Joaquin: 2 customers, 0 medical baseline customers
    San Luis Obispo: 205 customers, 2 medical baseline customers
    Santa Barbara: 19 customers, 1 medical baseline customer
    Shasta: 2,557 customers, 197 medical baseline customers
    Sierra: 2 customers, 0 medical baseline customers
    Solano: 4,559 customers, 423 medical baseline customers

    Sonoma: 87 customers, 1 medical baseline customer
    Stanislaus: 145 customers, 5 medical baseline customers
    Tehama: 6,148 customers, 624 medical baseline customers
    Chuolam: 673 customers, 68 medical baseline customers
    Yolo: 515 customers, 16 medical baseline customers
    Yuba: 1,226, medical baseline 114

    Affected Tribal Areas:

    Big Sandy Rancheria: 61 customers
    Mono Indian Cold Springs Lancellia: 54 Customers
    Cortina Rancheria: 8 customers
    Grindstone Rancheria: 50 customers
    North Fork Rancheria: 25 customers
    Pit River Tribe: 8 Customers
    United Auburn Indian Community: 1 customer

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