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California Governor Visits Mobile Home Park Where Elderly Residents Went Days Without Power

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California Governor Visits Mobile Home Park Where Elderly Residents Went Days Without Power

California Governor Visits Mobile Home Park Where Elderly Residents Went Days Without Power

Roughly 100 seniors at a mobile home park in Northern California who were hit hard by PG&E`s power shut offs were paid a visit by Gov.

Gavin Newsom on Wednesday.

THEY WERE GRATEFUL THOUGHTHEY WERE GRATEFUL THOUGHTHAT THE GOVERNOR CAME BACKTHEY WERE GRATEFUL THOUGHTHAT THE GOVERNOR CAME BACKTO CHECK ON THEM AND SEE HOWTHAT THE GOVERNOR CAME BACKTO CHECK ON THEM AND SEE HOWTO CHECK ON THEM AND SEE HOWTHIS ALL WENT OVER AND IREACHED DOWN TO GET THATREACHED DOWN TO GET THATSHELL WITH A LITTLE HELP FROMSHELL WITH A LITTLE HELP FROMVOLUNTEERS EVOLUTION MANVOLUNTEERS EVOLUTION MANSPEAKER IS CLEANING UP AFTERVOLUNTEERS EVOLUTION MANSPEAKER IS CLEANING UP AFTERTHREE DAYS WITHOUT POWER.

WHYSPEAKER IS CLEANING UP AFTERTHREE DAYS WITHOUT POWER.

WHYTHREE DAYS WITHOUT POWER.

WHYDID WE HAVE TO HAVE OUR POWERDID WE HAVE TO HAVE OUR POWERSHUT OFF RIGHT HERE.

SHE LOSTSHUT OFF RIGHT HERE.

SHE LOST300 DOLLARS WORTH OF300 DOLLARS WORTH OFGROCERIES AND COULDN'T USE300 DOLLARS WORTH OFGROCERIES AND COULDN'T USEHER C PAP MACHINE.

I HAVEGROCERIES AND COULDN'T USEHER C PAP MACHINE.

I HAVEHER C PAP MACHINE.

I HAVEHER C PAP MACHINE.

I HAVESLEEP APNEA AND SO MYSLEEP APNEA AND SO MYBREATHING IS INTERRUPTED ATBREATHING IS INTERRUPTED ATNIGHT AND IT KEEPS MEBREATHING IS INTERRUPTED ATNIGHT AND IT KEEPS MEBREATHING NORMALLY SO I WAKENIGHT AND IT KEEPS MEBREATHING NORMALLY SO I WAKEBREATHING NORMALLY SO I WAKEUP REFRESHED ONE OF ROUGHLYUP REFRESHED ONE OF ROUGHLY100 SENIORS AT LASCAUX SEAT100 SENIORS AT LASCAUX SEATCEDARS MOBILE HOME PARK INCEDARS MOBILE HOME PARK INAMERICAN CANYON WHERE PGCEDARS MOBILE HOME PARK INAMERICAN CANYON WHERE PGPREVENTATIVE SHUTOFFS HITAMERICAN CANYON WHERE PGPREVENTATIVE SHUTOFFS HITPREVENTATIVE SHUTOFFS HITHARD.

IT'S WHY GOVERNOR GAVINHARD.

IT'S WHY GOVERNOR GAVINNEWSOM PAID THEM A VISITHARD.

IT'S WHY GOVERNOR GAVINNEWSOM PAID THEM A VISITWEDNESDAY?

THIS IS NOTNEWSOM PAID THEM A VISITWEDNESDAY?

THIS IS NOTWEDNESDAY?

THIS IS NOTTHE NEW NORMAL THIS CANNOTTHE NEW NORMAL THIS CANNOTTAKE TEN YEARS TO RESOLVE.

WETAKE TEN YEARS TO RESOLVE.

WEWILL HOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE.WILL HOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE.HE'S GLAD TO SEE PGWILL HOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE.HE'S GLAD TO SEE PGAGREED TO CREDIT VICTIMS OFHE'S GLAD TO SEE PGAGREED TO CREDIT VICTIMS OFAGREED TO CREDIT VICTIMS OFTHE OCTOBER 9TH SHUT A ONETHE OCTOBER 9TH SHUT A ONETIME PAYMENT OF ONE HUNDREDTHE OCTOBER 9TH SHUT A ONETIME PAYMENT OF ONE HUNDREDDOLLARS FOR FAMILIES TWOTIME PAYMENT OF ONE HUNDREDDOLLARS FOR FAMILIES TWODOLLARS FOR FAMILIES TWOHUNDRED FIFTY FOURHUNDRED FIFTY FOURBUSINESSES.

BUT HE SAYS MOREHUNDRED FIFTY FOURBUSINESSES.

BUT HE SAYS MORENEEDS TO BE DONE.

THE LINE ONBUSINESSES.

BUT HE SAYS MORENEEDS TO BE DONE.

THE LINE ONNEEDS TO BE DONE.

THE LINE ONMAKING SURE THAT THERE IS NOMAKING SURE THAT THERE IS NOCOMPENSATION BONUSES ANDCOMPENSATION BONUSES ANDBENEFITS THAT GO TOBENEFITS THAT GO TOEXECUTIVES OR MANAGERS OFEXECUTIVES OR MANAGERS OFPGPGPUBLIC SAFETY.

AND WE HAVEPGPUBLIC SAFETY.

AND WE HAVEFIVE BILLION DOLLARSPUBLIC SAFETY.

AND WE HAVEFIVE BILLION DOLLARSFIVE BILLION DOLLARSCOMMITMENT FROM THE THREECOMMITMENT FROM THE THREELARGEST IOUS SUBSTANTIALLYLARGEST IOUS SUBSTANTIALLYPGIMPROVEMENTS AMID RENEWEDPGIMPROVEMENTS AMID RENEWEDCALLS FOR THE STATE TO TAKEIMPROVEMENTS AMID RENEWEDCALLS FOR THE STATE TO TAKECALLS FOR THE STATE TO TAKEOVER THE UTILITY COMPANY.OVER THE UTILITY COMPANY.SOME SAYS IT'S SOMETHINGOVER THE UTILITY COMPANY.SOME SAYS IT'S SOMETHINGTHEY'RE LOOKING INTO WITHSOME SAYS IT'S SOMETHINGTHEY'RE LOOKING INTO WITHTHEY'RE LOOKING INTO WITHTHEY'RE LOOKING INTO WITHTHE HELP OF A FINANCIAL FIRMTHE HELP OF A FINANCIAL FIRMTHE HELP OF A FINANCIAL FIRMTHAT THE GOVERNOR SAYS HE'STHE HELP OF A FINANCIAL FIRMTHAT THE GOVERNOR SAYS HE'SNOT SURE WHETHER STATETHAT THE GOVERNOR SAYS HE'SNOT SURE WHETHER STATENOT SURE WHETHER STATECONTROL COULD PREVENT ROLLINGCONTROL COULD PREVENT ROLLINGBLACKOUTS GIVEN THE STATE OFBLACKOUTS GIVEN THE STATE OFPGSPENT DECADES NOW FOCUSING ONSPENT DECADES NOW FOCUSING ONYOU BUT FOCUSING ONYOU BUT FOCUSING ONTHEMSELVES FOCUSING ONYOU BUT FOCUSING ONTHEMSELVES FOCUSING ONSHAREHOLDERS AS A CONSEQUENCETHEMSELVES FOCUSING ONSHAREHOLDERS AS A CONSEQUENCESHAREHOLDERS AS A CONSEQUENCETHEY'VE BEEN UNDERGROUNDTHEY'VE BEEN UNDERGROUNDHARDENED THEIR LINES.HARDENED THEIR LINES.TRANSMISSION DISTRIBUTIONTRANSMISSION DISTRIBUTIONLINES AS THEY SHOULD.

THEYTRANSMISSION DISTRIBUTIONLINES AS THEY SHOULD.

THEYHAVE MODERNIZED THE GRIDS.LINES AS THEY SHOULD.

THEYHAVE MODERNIZED THE GRIDS.LINES AS THEY SHOULD.

THEYHAVE MODERNIZED THE GRIDS.BUT HE DOES BELIEVE THE STATEHAVE MODERNIZED THE GRIDS.BUT HE DOES BELIEVE THE STATEBUT HE DOES BELIEVE THE STATEBUT HE DOES BELIEVE THE STATEWOULD DO A BETTER JOB WITHWOULD DO A BETTER JOB WITHWOULD DO A BETTER JOB WITHCOMMUNICATION AND RESOURCEWOULD DO A BETTER JOB WITHCOMMUNICATION AND RESOURCECENTERS DURING THE SHUTOFFS.COMMUNICATION AND RESOURCECENTERS DURING THE SHUTOFFS.CENTERS DURING THE SHUTOFFS.NEIGHBORS ALASKA SENIORS HOPENEIGHBORS ALASKA SENIORS HOPEGOVERNOR NEWSOM'S IDEAS WILLNEIGHBORS ALASKA SENIORS HOPEGOVERNOR NEWSOM'S IDEAS WILLTURN INTO REAL ACTION.

JUSTGOVERNOR NEWSOM'S IDEAS WILLTURN INTO REAL ACTION.

JUSTTURN INTO REAL ACTION.

JUSTGRATEFUL TO SEE SOMEONE ISGRATEFUL TO SEE SOMEONE ISPAYING ATTENTION TO WHATGRATEFUL TO SEE SOMEONE ISPAYING ATTENTION TO WHATTHEY'RE GOING THROUGH.

AND SOPAYING ATTENTION TO WHATTHEY'RE GOING THROUGH.

AND SOTHEY'RE GOING THROUGH.

AND SOTHEY'RE GOING THROUGH.

AND SOIT DOES MAKE A HUGEIT DOES MAKE A HUGEDIFFERENCE.

AND ALONG WITHDIFFERENCE.

AND ALONG WITHTHE GOVERNOR'S VISIT TODAYTHE GOVERNOR'S VISIT TODAYTHERE WAS ALSO A LOCAL FOODTHERE WAS ALSO A LOCAL FOODBANK HERE PASSING OUT BOXESBANK HERE PASSING OUT BOXESFILLED WITH FRESH FOOD ITEMSFOR THESE SENIORS JUST TOREPLACE WHAT WAS LOST DURING




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