PG&E Puts Plans To Cut Down East Bay Trees On Hold
Following complaints by East Bay residents and leaders, PG&E has decided to halt plans to cut down thousands of trees. The utility said the tree cutting is needed to prevent damage to underground pipes. Brian Webb reports.
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