Clark Mason, THE PRESS DEMOCRAT
Cotati on Wednesday became the second city to join Sonoma Clean Power, which seeks to displace Pacific Gas and Electric Co. as the area’s main electricity supplier.
The City Council unanimously voted to join the public power agency, saying it offered an alternative to PG&E.
“There was strong support for choice. We heard it over and over again from the community,” said Cotati Mayor Mark Landman.
Issues that surfaced earlier in the week over governance, voting rules and the amount of influence smaller cities will have in running Sonoma Clean Power are a “bump in the road,” Landman said Wednesday night.