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SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC TO HOLD MEDIA BRIEFING ON CORONADO NATURAL GAS VEHICLES, OCT. 28

 SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC TO HOLD MEDIA BRIEFING
 ON CORONADO NATURAL GAS VEHICLES, OCT. 28
 WHAT: Media briefing on Coronado natural gas vehicles
 WHEN: Wednesday, Oct. 28
 10-11 a.m.
 WHERE: City of Coronado Public Works Maintenance Facility
 1300 First St. (First and B streets)
 Coronado
 WHY: Natural gas is developing into a popular, low-cost and
 environmentally beneficial transportation fuel. The
 City of Coronado is one of the first to get a natural
 gas-powered vehicle for city work. In addition, a
 Coronado resident is the first private individual in
 San Diego County to convert his vehicle to use natural
 gas.
 NOTE: No formal presentations will be made. Representatives
 from San Diego Gas & Electric, the City of Coronado
 and the city's first private NGV owner will be
 available for interview. Natural gas powered vehicles
 and a home-size refueling pump will be available for
 inspection and driving.
 CONTACT: Fred Vaughn of San Diego Gas & Electric, 619-696-4308.
 -0- 10/27/92


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