Board rejects PG&E bid to lower property tax assessment

Nov. 29, 2000 (The San Francisco Chronicle) — Pacific Gas & Electric Co. lost its bid for a $336 million drop in its property tax assessment yesterday in a state Board of Equalization decision hailed by officials for eight rural California counties that stood to lose more than $3 million in annual revenues.

ATLANTA, Nov 29, 2000 (PRNewswire via COMTEX) — A large New England energy marketing company recently signed two multimillion-dollar contracts with General Electric in New York, and in a new report the firm reveals the key strategy — using a retail-wholesale sales team — that brought the new business in the door.

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