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AT&T Schedules Public Meetings to Address Discontinuation of Landlines

In January AT&T applied to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to withdraw service to its landline customers. Many in the Santa Cruz Mountains and other rural areas depend on landline telephone service during emergencies, especially when power and the internet are out and cell phones are rendered useless.

The CPUC is currently holding in-person and virtual public forums for AT&T customers to provide input.

2/28 Attend a Community Meeting

February 28 at 5:30 pm
Felton Community Hall
6191 Highway 9, Felton
Email to reserve a seat

3/19 Attend a CPUC Virtual Meeting

March 19 at 2:00 & 6:00 PM, live webcast
Phone: 1-800-857-1917
Passcode: 6032788#

The Valley Women’s Club of San Lorenzo Valley has shared some helpful tips on their website:

You can submit inquiries, complaints, and comments by attending a public meeting, submitting an online form, or by sending a letter to CPUC Public Advisor’s Office, 505 Van Ness Av., San Francisco, CA. 94102. If mailing, note the proceeding number: A.23-03-002.

To find out if your home is impacted, enter your address in the Search field territory map:

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