The California Public Utility Commission (CPUC) will hold a public meeting regarding the San Onofre proposed settlement, Monday, June 16, 2014, at the Costa Mesa Neighborhood Community Center, 1845 Park Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92627, 4pm to 7pm, (MAP)
There are many reasons to be concerned about a secret deal that resulted in jubilation from Edison. They left ratepayers holding the bag for huge risks taken by senior management which led to the permanent shutdown at San Onofre. The agreement avoids an investigation into wrongdoing that should have taken place before any settlement talks began. It is time to reject this deal and get the facts established in an open and public manner. Don't let them place responsibility on consumers for their mistakes while they take huge profits.

Many have worked hard to bring this next public meeting about, especially Ray Lutz who is leading the Coalition to Decommission San Onofre (CDSO), which includes San Clemente Green. Please do your part by attending this meeting if at all possible. It is not just about money, although billions of ratepayer's money is on the line. It is about holding people accountable and protecting ratepayer's interests. If we don't stand up for our rights, no one else will.



20140514 CPUC Tries to Bully Ratepayers for $3.3Billion
20140514 CPUC Tries to Bully Ratepayers for $3.3Billion

Listen to the following 18 minutes of excerpts where Michael Aguirre, the former attorney for the City of San Diego was unrelenting in his push for answers to key questions and for equal time on the settlement agreement. If nothing else, just listen to the first few seconds where Michael Peevey who presides over the California Public Utility Commission (CPUC), and who also used to be President of Edison, loses his self-control. Keep in mind that Peevey is supposed to be the ratepayer's advocate.