Want to buy time on council’s agenda? City is taking $10,000 to put natural gas ban on agenda

The Los Altos City Council dais. Photo courtesy of the city.
The Los Altos City Council dais. Photo courtesy of the city.

BY SARA TABIN
Daily Post Staff Writer

The nonprofit that procures electric power for customers and sends it to them through PG&E’s lines is offering cities $10,000 to put a natural gas ban on their city council agendas.

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Correction: This story should have said that a $10,000 grant the city of Los Altos accepted from Silicon Valley Clean Energy was to put a “reach code” proposal on its council agenda that could include, but didn’t require, a ban on natural gas in new homes.

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