Ballot initiative wants to replace SDG&E, lower electricity rates
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — Chloe Baird in University Heights keeps a detailed budget. In it, she accounts for her dog, her apartment, and most importantly her electric bills.
“It’s always a category that I’ve never been able to budget out for or predict,” Baird said.
Baird says her electric bills have recently gotten more expensive.
She’s avoided using most lights in her apartment, but says it doesn’t make a difference.
“I’ve just had no choice then to accept whatever rate they give me,” Baird said. “That’s just frustrating not being able to have a choice in anything or have a voice at all.”
Power San Diego is group that wants to respond to those frustrations.
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