More than 7,000 still without power in 4th day of outage — some may not be reenergized for days

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  1. I’ve been in states with REAL severe weather. The fact that THREE inches of snow can devastate this county is disgraceful. PGE are incompetent, negligent money grubbers while the County administrators do NOTHING but pat themselves on the back for yet again turning a blind eye to the inhuman treatment of the citizens of this county and state for that matter. We have women, children, the elderly up here but TEN DAYS of no power is acceptable as you got 90%, right? Hundreds of dollars in food destroyed, hundreds of dollars in money to stay fed, hundreds of dollars for propane, NO cell coverage, and who do we blame for all this? Dead trees that fell didn’t just spring up this week. I’m literally disgusted by the speed of the response, the disingenuous response from PGE and the deafening silence by the administration. It is 2021 and this place is a third world country.

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