PG&E declares San Carlos gas pipeline problem free
SAN CARLOS, Calif. (KGO) -- San Carlos residents will be able to question PG&E at a community hearing Tuesday night about a natural gas transmission line running through the city.
PG&E says it has inspected the pipeline that runs between Brittan Avenue and El Camino Real and determined it to be problem free.
The pipeline is part of a segment that connects two main transmission lines up the peninsula to San Francisco. It was on the list of 100 high priority projects released following the Sept. 9 San Bruno gas explosion and fire.
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