About

Citizens for Sane Eastside Energy is a public forum for citizens on the Eastside who oppose Puget Sound Energy’s proposed “Energize Eastside” project. Separate discussion forums exist here to discuss and explore several bases for opposition: legal, technical, environmental, health and safety, property values impacts, easements and public policy considerations. If other topic areas interest people, they will be added.

We strongly feel that we need to have our own independent dialog outside of the PSE’s “outreach” PR efforts if we expect to get all the facts in an unbiased and honest way. Share your knowledge and views with your neighbors here.

This is a site that was launched on March 26, 2014 and will grow as more people get involved here. Suggestions for topic areas beyond those set up here will expand based on your input.

All points of view are welcome, subject to two simple site rules: no profanity is tolerated, nor defamatory language directed at specific persons.

All points of view are welcome, subject to two simple site rules: no profanity is tolerated, nor defamatory language directed at specific persons.

Citizens for Sane Eastside Energy is a Washington non-profit corporation.

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3 thoughts on “About

  1. Alexa Vaughn

    Hey there, I’m Alexa Vaughn, a reporter for The Seattle Times. I’ll be following up on this PSE project regularly for our paper’s Eastside beat. Feel free to keep in the loop at avaughn@seattletimes.com, or on Twitter @AlexaVaughn.

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  2. Bobby P

    Hi Alexa,
    I appreciate your intention to cover this extremely important issue. As you may know the The PSE project was the main agenda item at the Bridle Trails Community Club’s monthly meeting on 5/15/14 at Cherry Crest Elementary School. Needless to say, every single resident of Bridle Trails who attended this meeting (it was a big turnout) was 100% against this ill-advised project. The PSE representatives did not provide any satisfactory answers to our concerns. I wish you had been there to cover this meeting. They dismissed our health concerns, property value concerns and aesthetic concerns.

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  3. kc2travel

    Great site! I’d like to post an important research Word document that Russ (Woodridge resident) has taken a lot of time, research, and effort to produce regarding the PSE proposal and how it may not be necessary. WordPress strips out all of the page layout and footnoting so any other ways to post it other than a replay would be appreciated.
    Thanks!

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