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(09-15) 19:32 PDT -- Three years ago, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. asked state regulators for $4.9 million to replace a portion of the same natural gas pipeline that ruptured last week and set a San Bruno neighborhood on fire.
State regulators agreed, and the work was scheduled to be done in 2009. The price became part of the rates all PG&E customers pay.
But the pipeline replacement - in South San Francisco, a few miles north of last week's blast site - never happened. And now PG&E wants an additional $5 million to do the same job, according to PG&E documents released today by a cons