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PG&E keeps them in the dark
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The order had been made. The bill paid. And the lights are still out.

Months after work has been completed on the widening of Louise Avenue, the new streets lights that were installed by the City of Manteca are still dark.

It seems PG&E has a slight backlog.

That said, such requests for new service no longer take 12 months or more. The most visible example of the old, slow PG&E was on South Union Road where it took ions to get power poles moved that were in the middle of the road when Union Road was widened to four lanes for the Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley.