The Press Democrat | July 23, 2014
By Clark Mason
Cloverdale on Wednesday became the sixth city to join Sonoma Clean Power, perhaps unwittingly forcing the departure of embattled Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo from the power agency’s board of directors.
Cloverdale City Council members, who a year ago had balked at joining the new venture, said they had overcome initial reservations, and unanimously supported the move. Council members said repeatedly their vote boiled down to “choice” for residents and businesses, who can still remain with PG&E if they prefer.
How can I say ‘no?’ There’s nothing here that would allow me to deny somebody the choice, including in my own household.
City of Cloverdale