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Based on PG&E attitudes of the past, I figure PG&E won't care. They will just write it off as a part of doing business and pass the fine off onto it's customer base of ratepayers at the next California PUC rate setting meeting.
Corporate profit must be maintained at the highest maximum amount to keep the shareholders happy, and not to mention those rediculous performance bonuses for upper management.
And it doesn't look good for PG&E... Note: the $90M that CalFire wants from PG&E is simply suppression expenses. It does NOT include personal property losses, loss of life (2) or punitive damages. This will be ugly and it will affect the ratepayers since heaven forbid the shareholders lose profit. Rick http://calfire.ca.gov/fire_protection/fire_protection_firereports ------------------------------------ Posted by: Rick WA6NHC <email@example.com> ------------------------------------ Be sure to check out our Links Section at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/californiadisasters/links Please join our Discussion Group at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/californiadisasters_discussion/ for topical but extended discussions started here or for less topical but nonetheless relevant messages. ------------------------------------ Yahoo Groups Links <*> To visit your group on the web, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/californiadisasters/ <*> Your email settings: Individual Email | Traditional <*> To change settings online go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/californiadisasters/join (Yahoo! ID required) <*> To change settings via email: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com <*> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org <*> Your use of Yahoo Groups is subject to: https://info.yahoo.com/legal/us/yahoo/utos/terms/
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Parent Advisory is hosting a taco salad luncheon for VVHS staff next Friday, May 6th. We would love to give them lots of treat options to finish off their meal. We are asking for at least 10 families to donate 2 dozen cookies, bars or other goodies each. Store bought is fine. You can bring them (or have your student bring them) to the front office that morning, or drop them off with a Parent Advisory member the day before. We are also going to need help with set-up (starting at 10:45 that morning) and/or clean up after lunch. Please reply to this e-mail or contact Jacque Larsen at email@example.com to let us know how you can help!
Thank you in advance for your help!!!
YEARBOOKS: Books will be $75 today. You may buy or pick up pre ordered yearbooks at the activities office.
Open Mic Night: Tonight's the night: Our last Open Mic Night of the year will be held from 6 - 9 PM in the black box. Entrance is only $5,.00 Join us for the best Open Mic Night in all of Albuquerque!
Hawkword Moments: It's Here! The 2016 Volcano Vista Literary Magazine: Hawkword Moments is here. Pick up your copy for $5.00 in H219 and you will be able to meet the incredible talent we have at Volcano Vista.
Seniors: Check the Fines lists posted outside the bookroom and pay your fines to Ms. Brown in the Bookroom. Cafeteria Fines should be paid to the Cafeteria Manager. All Fines must be paid before Cap & Gown Distribution on Monday, May 9th.
Attention staff and students, administrators and or teachers will be coming around or handing out this week during 5th period to recognize students that received a 3.5 GPA or higher for the 5th 6week grading period. Over 500 students are receiving this recognition, which is more than a 20% of the school. Congratulations to all those that have worked so hard in the classroom. We encourage you to keep up the good work and push hard to end the spring semester on a positive note academically.
APS Summer School Learning Program is primarily for students who are seeking credit recovery. To enroll, please contact your Volcano Vista High School counselor for more information.
Seniors if you did not fill out a Senior Exit Survey please come to E224 to fill one out. The information is used in the honors assembly program to recognize our accomplishments. Surveys are due by Tuesday May 3rd
Seniors! Don't forget to order your final transcripts! You can either submit your request online on parchment exchange after graduation or fill out a request form in the main office and don't forget to include a dollar fee for processing. If you order online there is no fee and make sure you put a hold for Next Grading Period. Any questions please see Mrs. Ewing in the main office.
TENNIS: Congratulations to senior Jade Baca for advancing to today's quarterfinals of the girl's district tennis tournament at Cleveland High School. Jade's 6-4, 6-1 victory puts her one win away from qualifying for State
TRACK: has the Metro Tournament today at Community Stadium
Have a great day
It's great to be a Hawk!
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CAL FIRE Paso Robles Air Base is now open. Photo courtesy of Cal Fire.
–This week, the Cal Fire Paso Robles Air Base officially opened for the 2016 fire season. The air base emergency response air program includes two Grumman S-2T 1,200 gallon air tankers, and two OV-10A air tactical aircraft, the aircraft can reach most fires within 20 minutes.
The air tactical planes fly overhead directing the air tankers and helicopters to critical areas of the fire for retardant and water drops. The retardant used to slow or retard the spread of a fire is a slurry mix consisting of a chemical salt compound, water, clay or a gum-thickening agent, and a coloring agent.
Cal Fire air tankers and helicopters also transport firefighters, equipment and injured personnel. The aircraft are strategically located around the state at air bases and helicopter bases, like the Paso Robles air base. During high fire activity aircraft can be relocated statewide to provide air support.
The emergency response air program includes two Grumman S-2T 1,200 gallon air tankers, and two OV-10A air tactical aircraft. Photo courtesy of Cal Fire.Source: http://pasoroblesdailynews.com/paso-robles-cal-fire-air-base-now-open/53385/