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PG&E bills over $600 blindside customers

Published Thursday March 9

…who works as a sorter for Amazon and a part-time driver for her aunt. “I don’t have the money for it…

Sinclair is one of abundant PG&E customers throughout the Bay Area and the state outraged over not usually high winter bills. The utility raised consumer electric prices twice earlier this year on the heels of a twelve percent hike for gas that went into effect in August.

That’s on top of high housing costs, rising food prices and gasoline once again creeping upward.

Julie Reynolds’ Jan PG&E bill was $584 for the person 1,000-square-foot Oakland apartment — about one-third what she pays for rent. In Feb it was $489. That person highest bill had been $300.

“We know that higher-than-expected bills are frustrating and no one likes surprises when it comes to their bills,” Merlo said.

Article length: About 900 words.
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