After completing contract negotiations, and with a completed contract submitted to the City Counsel for its first reading, the City suspended its contracting efforts to re-group. The re-grouping was, in part, caused by the failure of PG&E’s Prop 17 at the ballot box on June 7, 2010. Prop 17 would have required any government agency desiring to change electric providers (from PG&E) to receive a 2/3 vote of the populous before such a switch could occur. It became apparent that the City was hedging its bets, expecting the Power Choice contract for services to be grandfathered and not subject to the 2/3 vote. When Prop 17 was defeated, the City no longer needed a grandfathered service provider. Some 6 years later, CCSF does not yet have an operational CCA.