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June 2, 2011
In a full-page open letter appearing in daily and weekly newspapers throughout the company’s service area, PG&E’s leaders apologized for last year’s tragic natural gas accident in San Bruno and outlined actions the company is taking to improve the safety of its operations and restore public confidence.