San Diego Gas & Electric may or may not have to pay for the electric infrastructure for the San Diego Padres? new ballpark. The city of San Diego and the baseball franchise filed a complaint against the utility a year ago, charging it should bear about $650,000 in installation costs for gas and electric service. The CPUC decided April 7 to bunt the entire problem over to the Superior Court. ?Jurisdiction for interpreting the parties? rights and obligations under a municipal franchise agreement, in general, lies with the Superior Court,? stated administrative law judge Janet Econome?s decision.