AP&T plots future tonight
Alameda Power & Telecom is holding its annualish planning workshop (and I say annualish because the last one was in November 2007) at 6 p.m. today at its headquarters, 2000 Grand Street.
This one’s being advertised as a biggie: According to the utility’s press release, they’ll be considering their very purpose – and more importantly, their name. Over the utility’s 121-year history, AP&T’s been known as the Municipal Electric Light Plant, the Department of Public Utilities and the Bureau of Electricity, adopting its current moniker in 1999.
We plan to be there tonight, and we’ll give you the full report on Friday.
Meanwhile, if you’re looking to keep tabs on the switchover to Comcast, fellowblogger Eve Pearlman’s had a running series of posts giving you the 411 on her experience with that.