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Hydroelec. #286193

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 04, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Sierra Nevada) Controversy over Pacific Gas and Elec.'s control of Sierra Nevada water for hydroelectricity examined; background to situation explained. [PG&E board chairperson Fred MIELKE - outlines battle.] Santa Clara's efforts to provide customers self-sufficient power discussed. [City manager Donald Von RAESFELD - cites city's obligation to residents.] Opposition to Santa Clara's move by neighboring community mentioned. [Deputy city manager Jack Van SAMBEEK - explains situation as he sees it.] PG&E's argument against takeover outlined. [MIELKE - won't give up.] Santa Clara's response outlined. [Von RAESFELD - comments.] Possible outcome of case considered.
REPORTER: Andrea Naverson

Naverson, Andrea;
Schieffer, Bob

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