Eviction Papers Served on PG&E Headquarters

 
On March 23rd, Bayview Hunters Point residents delivered a 30-day eviction notice for the Hunters Point Power Plant to PG&E Headquarters on Beale Street in downtown San Francisco. The mothers, residents and allies demanded a meeting with CEO Peter Darvey but were not allowed inside corporate headquarters. PG&E instead sent its Sr. Public Relations director, Guillermo Rodriguez, to accept the 30 day notice—but did not comment. Photos

On March 23rd, Bayview Hunters Point residents delivered a 30-day eviction notice for the Hunters Point Power Plant to PG&E Headquarters on Beale Street in downtown San Francisco. The mothers, residents and allies demanded a meeting with CEO Peter Darvey but were not allowed inside corporate headquarters. PG&E instead sent its Sr. Public Relations director, Guillermo Rodriguez, to accept the 30 day notice—but did not comment. Photos

The power plant, situated adjacent to residential neighborhoods and San Francisco Bay, represents the city's largest point-source of such air pollutants as mercury and carbon monoxide. Notice was served by the Coalition to Shut Down the PG&E Hunters Point Power Plant, the Huntersview Tenants Association, All Hallows Garden Residents Association, Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice, Code Blue, and the Community First Coalition. Read more

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