PG&E Self-Reports Additional Emails to CPUC



PG&E Self-Reports Additional Emails to CPUC
SAN FRANCISCO — PG&E today (Oct. 6) reported additional communications that it believes violated California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) rules governing ex parte communications with the state regulator. Ex parte communications are those that take place with decision-makers without the knowledge of all parties to a proceeding.
The communications were identified in conjunction with PG&E’s voluntary internal review of more than 65,000 emails exchanged with the CPUC over a nearly five-year period, which has been concluded. In addition, PG&E has been notified by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in San Francisco that it has begun an investigation in connection with these ex parte communications, with which the company will cooperate.
“We’ve made it clear that we are committed to complying with both the letter and the spirit of the law and PG&E’s own Code of Conduct at all times. No excuses. Our customers and the communities we serve expect no less. We took immediate and definitive action, self-reported these violations, held individuals accountable and are making significant changes designed to prevent this from happening again,” said PG&E Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Tony Earley.
The communications being reported today are in addition to email communications that the company self-reported on September 15 involving the pending Gas Transmission & Storage rate case. Of the ex parte communications being reported today, one involved a series of emails between a PG&E officer and a CPUC commissioner. The other communication involved an email from a PG&E officer to his supervisor summarizing an oral communication with a CPUC commissioner. The two PG&E personnel involved in these communications are no longer working at the company as a result of the emails that were self-reported earlier.
In conjunction with self-reporting the first set of emails, PG&E announced:
  • That three officers will no longer be employed by the company.
  • The appointment of a new senior vice president of regulatory affairs.
  • The creation of the new role of chief regulatory compliance officer, whose mandate is to help oversee compliance with all requirements governing PG&E’s interactions with the CPUC. The position reports to the CEO and to the Audit Committee of the PG&E Board of Directors.
  • The engagement of former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Interior Ken Salazar, a partner in the WilmerHale law firm, as special counsel on regulatory compliance matters to assist in developing a best-in-class regulatory compliance model. Salazar has deep experience in regulatory and energy matters.
  • A commitment to creating updated and enhanced training for all employees who routinely interact with PG&E’s regulators.
In a filing with the Commission last week, PG&E admitted the violations in the pending Order to Show Cause and said it expects a penalty. PG&E is scheduled to appear before the Commission regarding the penalty tomorrow.
Today’s PG&E notifications to the CPUC can be read here.
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The Torres Family Tragedies or Murders

A long time ago my Spanish then was Taco, Burrito and Salsa.  He said call me "Stasche" as in mustache!  Read how Stasche is connected to the deadly San Bruno Explosion

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The large Torres family is suffering the loss of a family matriarch, as relatives pray that three other family members will recover rapidly from burns resulting from the blast. Elizabeth Torres, 81, who lived with her daughter Cindy and son-in-law Allen Braun in a Claremont Drive home in San Bruno, died despite Braun's attempt to rescue her by carrying her to the front porch, said one of Torres' nine children, David Wharton, 57, of Fair Oaks. "He saved my mom," Wharton said. "But a second blast" killed her. Braun is now in the hospital with 40 percent of his body burned, Wharton said. Braun's wife, Cindy, 45, and her sister Sandy Arnold, 58, are both in induced comas at St. Francis hospital. Arnold, who lives in Petaluma and works as an office clerk, has burns on 70 percent of her body. Cindy Braun, who used to be an office manager for Forbes magazine, has burns covering half her body, Wharton said. "This is monumental for us," he said. "The only reason I can talk is because I haven't accepted it yet." He said his mother worked as a nurse's aide for UC San Francisco for 27 years. In her later years, she got around in a wheelchair, even when she visited casinos, a favorite pastime. Torres was married twice and had nine children: Everett, Virginia, Sandy, David, Linda, Michael, Sharon, Gregory and Cindy.

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The Contra Costa Narcotics Enforcement Taskforce 

This news of the scandal broke in February 2011 when Commander Norman Wielsch and Chris Butler faces were plastered all over local media. Then a few months later Deputy Stepen Tanabe and Officer Louis Lombardi.  I recognized every face immediately but by summer I was in jail, my car was totaled and to this day remain unpaid by a PG&E Vendor who brought me into their explosion cover-up.

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The PG&E Gas Can Man

This image broadcast around the world is part of why my www.pgewitness.com was launched that is spawned from my role in the San Bruno Explosion.  The role that was hidden from Investigators from the NTSB, The San Mateo County District Attorney and most important the Federal case where Judge Henderson ordered PG&E to perform community service. 

The worst part is my family with their lives so PG&E could hire the best lawyers.

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The KinderMorgan Explosion and the Dead Witnesses

There is a most forgotten explosion story where on November 9th, 2004 five welders from Matamoras Welding were killed.  This explosion occurre in the middle a project to known as the East Bay Pipeline Extension.  on that day I was at the Walnut Creek Superior Court making an appearance in front Superior Court Judge Joel Golub.  That was day I lost my license, the beginning of the loss of my sons, the connections to The Driscoll Family Murders where Alicia Driscoll and her daughter Gineva Driscoll found dead. 

There are several stories begging to be told via the criminal case I call The Kinder Morgan Pipeline Murders of Walnut Creek CA.

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Top senator expands probe into Obama-era Uranium One deal, says he was misled



A top Republican senator has expanded his investigation into an Obama-era deal that gave Russia partial control of the U.S. uranium supply, claiming he was repeatedly misled by the Obama administration about a Russian company’s ability to export that material.
Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, fired off a letter Monday to the heads of the U.S. Energy Department and U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission seeking an extensive list of documents.
He wants to know more about the controversial sale of Canadian mining company Uranium One to a subsidiary of Russia’s Rosatom nuclear company – and specifically, how uranium under its control made its way out of the U.S.
“Beginning in 2012, Uranium One exported U.S. uranium by ‘piggy-backing’ as a supplier on an export license” held by a shipping company, Barrasso wrote.
That’s apparently not how the process was explained to him when he first raised concerns.
Back in 2011, then-NRC Chairman Gregory Jaczko assured the senator that the companies did not hold a specific “NRC export license” and would not be able to export uranium from the U.S. without one.
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Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., wants answers on the Uranium One deal.  (Reuters)
Yet The Hill reported last month that while the NRC never issued the license, memos show it did approve “the shipment of yellowcake uranium” from the U.S. mines to Canada in 2012 through a “third party.” The same report said the Obama administration later approved some of that material to go to Europe, “and the approval involved a process with multiple agencies.” 
Barrasso, in his letter, said the response he got from Jaczko was “misleading.”
Further, he said the Department of Energy “chose to hide its role in approving exports,” by claiming at the time the issue did not fall within its “purview.”
“By stating DOE had no role in the matter, the DOE concealed the possibility of subsequent exports and their responsibility in reviewing them,” Barrasso wrote. “The DOE’s concealment, together with Chairman Jaczko’s deception, created a false narrative that there was only one agency and one process by which Uranium One could export uranium.”
The Hill report described an alternative way of approving those exports. It said that the NRC, rather than grant a direct export to Rosatom, in 2012 “authorized an amendment to an existing export license” for a trucking firm “to simply add Uranium One to the list of clients whose uranium it could move to Canada.”
Barrasso’s letter included dozens of requests for information to both agencies, covering documents related to each uranium transfer. He set a Jan. 31 deadline. 
Asked for comment, an NRC spokesperson told Fox News: "The NRC will respond directly to Senator Barrasso through our normal correspondence." The spokesperson noted current Chairwoman Kristine Svinicki will be testifying Wednesday before Barrasso's committee, "so the subject may come up then."
The Uranium One deal, which was covered extensively in 2015, burst back into the headlines in October, after The Hill reported the FBI had evidence as early as 2009 that Russian operatives used bribes, kickbacks and other dirty tactics to expand Moscow’s atomic energy footprint in the U.S., related to a Rosatom subsidiary. Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill quickly started asking questions about how the deal was approved the following year by an inter-agency committee.
While scrutinizing the 2010 approval, Republican lawmakers have also revived questions that first surfaced in 2015 about payments to both Bill Clinton and the Clinton Foundation from “interested parties.”
Addressing the matter on C-SPAN in October, Hillary Clinton said “it’s the same baloney they’ve been peddling for years, and there’s been no credible evidence by anyone. In fact, it’s been debunked repeatedly and will continue to be debunked.”
The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee said these issues are just part of the “distraction and diversion” from the investigation into Russian meddling and possible coordination with Trump associates in last year’s election
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The SEC Connection to David L. Milne
THE KENNEDY, MILNE, STRACK AND BENNETT TRAGEDIES

MINUTES OF MEETING SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON COOPERATION WITH SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION January 3, 1941 

This ancient meeting in New York is one many SEC Documents where David L. Milne of Patterson, Teele & Dennis audited or prepared findings the Securities and Exchanges Commision.
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The Strack Murders

On September 23, 2014, Pete Bennett stood up in front of Contra Costa Board of Superisors lamenting about explosions, pipelines, PG&E and Kinder Morgan Explosion and his roommate murdered in Martinez Detentiona Center run by former Commander Chief Chris Wenzel who came from Danville then after his stint at MDF moved to Clon
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Accenture Awarded SEC.gov Website Support Services Contract

JANUARY 07, 2016
Accenture Awarded SEC.gov Website Support Services Contract

Work will focus on enhancing customer digital experience


ARLINGTON, Va.; Jan. 7, 2016 – The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has awarded Accenture Federal Services a support services contract to create an improved user experience for SEC.gov, the agency’s public-facing website.  Under the terms of the contract, Accenture will also provide content management user training and operations and maintenance for the site. The work, which is part of an ongoing effort to modernize the site, will be done under a five-year, $17.9 million contract.

SEC.gov is one of the federal government’s busiest websites, with more than 562 million page views every month. Through SEC.gov, investors use the Electronic Data Gathering and Retrieval (EDGAR) system to search more than 21 million disclosure documents.

Under the contract, Accenture will provide visual style updates and other improvements to help make the agency’s websites more flexible, informative, easier to navigate and secure – not only improving the customer experience for investors, public companies and citizens, but also allowing the SEC to consistently and reliably deliver timely and accurate information to its users.

In addition to the content management user training and round-the-clock operations and maintenance, plans also include continued consolidation of existing technology platforms, roll- out of a document management solution to complement the existing web content management solution, social media integration, a responsive mobile framework and improvements to existing site, content and user analytics capabilities. 

“The SEC is at the forefront of digital strategies and modernization and, with enhanced web content and document management capabilities, the agency will continue to demonstrate its commitment to delivering high quality user experience,” said Elaine Beeman, who leads Accenture’s work with federal civilian agencies.

The SEC is a regulatory agency charged with protecting investors and overseeing the U.S. financial securities markets, including securities exchanges, securities brokers and dealers, investment advisors and mutual funds. The agency’s website provides information on decisions and rule interpretations that protect the interests of investors. The website collects thousands of tips, complaints and referrals on possible securities law violations

Accenture Federal Services is a wholly owned subsidiary of Accenture LLP, a U.S. company, with offices in Arlington, VA. Accenture’s federal business has served every cabinet-level department and 30 of the largest federal organizations with clients at defense, intelligence, public safety, civilian and military health organizations.
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There is an undeniable connection between David L. Milne and Joseph P. Kennedy where each descendant has endured serial tragedies.
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The sum total of events have destroyed my finances. In Danville someone stole my my $40,000 coin collection, my inheritance of $400,000 was taken with the help of police officers, attorneys and others.
In 2004 persons near Alamo 1st Ward began a well planned campaign and now ten years later I'm still getting attacked. If my theory that my 2004 Arson threads to the Gas Line Explosions then the weight of these disasters would give ample reason to for persons to silence me and they've known my efforts long before I connected the fires. Check back soon for details on how to donate
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JFK Assassination, The Formulation of the SEC and the American Institute of Accountants.  

Much to my personal astonishment David L. Milne of Patterson Teele and Dennis located at 120 Broadway New York accountants to Joseph P. Kennedy Enterprises and The Park Agency.  The source of the Kennedy fortune began at 230 Park Ave New York was walking distance from 417 Park Ave New York NY.
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The Mayor of Sanibel in 74’s is the same C.I.A. Director Goss just Resigns?

C.I.A. Director Goss Resigns

By DAVID STOUTMAY 5, 2006
WASHINGTON, May 5 — Porter J. Goss abruptly resigned today as director of the Central Intelligence Agency, a post that had been diminished in the restructuring of the intelligence bureaucracy after the Sept. 11 attacks.
With Mr. Goss sitting next to him in the Oval Office, President Bush said the director had offered his resignation this morning. "I've accepted it," Mr. Bush said, praising the retiring director for his "candid advice" and his integrity.
The president said Mr. Goss had led the C.I.A. "ably" through a period of transition, and that he had "helped make this country a safer place." Mr. Bush did not mention a successor, but The Associated Press reported that a senior administration official said one could be chosen as soon as Monday.
Mr. Goss said it had been "a very distinct honor and privilege" to lead the C.I.A. "I would like to report to you that the agency is back on a very even keel and sailing well," Mr. Goss said. He did not explain his decision, and both he and Mr. Bush ignored questions after making their statements.
But it was no secret in Washington that Mr. Goss and John D. Negroponte, the director of national intelligence whose position came into existence as the result of the Sept. 11 attacks, had engaged in turf battles. Mr. Negroponte was at the Oval Office announcement, but said nothing.
Mr. Goss's time with the C.I.A. was marked by the departure of many long-time agency officials, some of whom complained that he had been overly political in his approach to his job. Mr. Goss sometimes appeared uncomfortable in the office, as when he remarked in early 2005 that the workload was heavy and he sometimes felt pulled in different directions.
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Mr. Goss's departure comes as the president and his top aides are trying to reinvigorate an administration whose public support has sagged in recent public opinion surveys. The new White House chief of staff, Joshua Bolten, has already announced some changes and has said that more are on the way. And he pointedly invited people who were thinking of leaving the administration by the end of the year to step down a lot sooner.
Mr. Goss, a former Republican Congressman from Florida who headed the House Intelligence Committee and was once a C.I.A. officer, became director in September 2004, succeeding George J. Tenet. His tenure was, as Mr. Bush said, a time of transition _ and undeniably a painful one.
The C.I.A., whose prestige had suffered from intelligence failures on terrorism and Iraq before Mr. Goss arrived, was further reduced in power and official stature by the reorganization of intelligence-gathering that followed the post-mortems over the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001.
The independent bipartisan commission that investigated the 9/11 attacks recommended the creation of a new post, national intelligence director, that would have supreme power over the C.I.A., the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other agencies in the far-flung intelligence bureaucracy.
Congress accepted that recommendation, creating the new post, which is now filled by Mr. Negroponte, former ambassador to the United Nations and Iraq. He displaced the C.I.A. director as the president's principal intelligence adviser and took what had been Mr. Goss's seat at meetings of the president's key national security aides.
When he took over the C.I.A. in September 2004, Mr. Goss vowed to work hard at "breaking some molds" and getting "more and more of our officers out of Washington." The C.I.A. and the F.B.I. were both criticized by the 9/11 commission.
Mr. Bush said today that Mr. Goss had "instilled a sense of professionalism" at the C.I.A. "He honors the proud history of the C.I.A., an organization that is known for secrecy and accountability," Mr. Bush said.
But Senator Pat Roberts, the Kansas Republican who heads the Senate Intelligence Committee, issued a somewhat tepid statement. The senator praised Mr. Goss for his service and acknowledged that he had taken over at a difficult time. "Porter made some significant improvements at the C.I.A.," Mr. Roberts said, "but I think even he would say they still have some way to go."

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This email response from San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District opened up a story of deceit, corruption, and cover-up deep within Contra Costa Costa County

The hierarchy of the Fire Protection Districts leads to the AFL-CIO, Supervisors, and Police where they've been able to deceive the insurers for decades.   This is really the County of Arson and Murder with linkage to the deadly 1968 Walker Family Fire in Clayton CA all the way forward to the March 2010 Piedmont Lumber Fire to November 2010 Clayton CA arson where Hair by Jim business was torched via Molotov Cocktails



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