A damaged pipeline at has been repaired but gas services have yet to be restored, district officials said.
Damage to the gas line, which PG&E officials have said is not a major pipeline, was first reported was made, Superintendent of Schools Dave Marken has said.
Chief Business Official Elaine Neilsen said Monday evening that the gas leak has been found and repaired.
“We are running tests to make sure there is not another leak, then we will call PG&E to restore service,” Neilsen wrote in an email.
Repairs and tests to the gas line were conducted by Bonetti Construction. determined that the damaged pipeline was located near the high school’s .
PG&E personnel were called to the school on the afternoon of Nov. 15 and gas services were immediately shut off, impacting heat and hot water, PG&E spokesperson Monica Tell has said.