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California Public Utilities Commission, CaliforniaALL, CPUC, Dian Grueneich, Freada Kapor Klein, Level Playing Field Institute, Michael Peevey, Mitchell Kapor, OBAMA FOR AMERICA, The Kapor Center - 543 Howard Street, Timothy Simon, Tony West - Acting Associate Attorney General Department of Justice (DOJ), University of California, Berkeley Foundation

TIMELINE – Thursday, February 14, 2008: California Public Utilities Commissioners Michael Peevey, Timothy Simon, Dian Grueneich, John Bohn and Rachelle Chong — All Vote Yes In Ratification of Nomination of Freada Kapor Klein as Consensus Board Member to

Public Agenda 3208
Thursday, February 14, 2008
President Peevey Report
Ratification of nomination of Freada Kapor Klein as consensus board member to California ALL, a
nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the diversity of workers available to the utilities and other
companies by ensuring that the education pipeline is filled with all members of California’s diverse
Yes: (Bohn, Chong, Grueneich, Peevey, Simon)
No: (none)
Abstain: (none)
Absent: (none)

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