images-2How much in monetary penalties should Pacific Gas & Electric have to pay for its responsibility for the explosive gas pipeline leak that charred a residential area of San Bruno in 2010, killing six and injuring scores?  That issue is before an administrative law judge of the California Public Utilities Commission, and San Bruno thinks that the Commission’s top executive has been trying improperly to influence the judge’s decision.  The city filed repeated Public Records Act requests for telltale emails, but has been put off long and often enough that, as reported by Sam Singer in a Business Wire release for the city, it’s filed suit in San Francisco Superior Court to force the records’ disclosure.