CNUC Conducts Hazardous Tree Surveys in California

CNUC Conducts Hazardous Tree Surveys in California


Record Searchlight, part of the USA Today Network, published an article on the work CNUC and Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) crews were doing in parts of Shasta, Tehama and Trinity counties in California.  With the assistance of CNUC, crews are patrolling the rural counties by helicopter to conduct hazardous tree surveys. Dead trees that are near powerlines could cause power outages and wildfires in the future.

CUF Camille Jacoby was briefly mentioned in the article discussing the number of dead trees that were slated for removal due to their close proximity to PG&E distribution lines.

Read the full article on Record Searchlight.

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