Dorian Hargrove 8:30 p.m., Dec. 12
Thanks to interested Reader readers, I am now informed that San Diego Gas and Electric Company (SDG&E) has set up a community involvement web presence, where one can find out information on the Sunrise Powerlink project.
From the SDG&E web page:
"SDG&E has established a series of seven Community Councils along the approved Sunrise Powerlink route to keep the public informed about the project leading up to and through construction. The purpose is to establish a two-way dialog with the community members and leaders, who in turn can serve as liaisons with their neighbors, friends and colleagues."
For your convenience, the Sunrise Powerlink community involvement web page also includes active links for each of the seven local community councils. Clicking on a given link reveals the time and place of future meetings and a link to any minutes of previous meetings.
On first impression, the minutes of the first Lakeside meeting are sparse, listing questions asked by community members but providing no answers.
An email address to an employee of SDG&E is included on the community involvement web page for those seeking additional information. From my past experience in United States of America v. SDG&E and Encanto Gas Holder Victims v. SDG&E, the result of me asking anything most likely means I personally won't get a reply unless I pay for the cost of a sworn deposition. Hopefully, any of you asking something will produce better results as long as you have not sued SDG&E nor its owner Sempra Energy and the FBI has no knowledge of you as a victim of utility environmental crimes.