The utility company, which is still working its way out of wildfire-led bankruptcy proceedings, is seeking an average rate increase of 19% over three years starting in 2023.
Residential customers would see their rates go up by 22%.
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Last week, the Fresno City Council voted to publicly oppose PG&E's June 3rd request to the California Public Utilities Commission.
The county's resolution also calls on the utility to re-evaluate how it spends money and charges customers.