East Bay News
Resource fair held for those affected by Chevron fire
RICHMOND (KGO) -- Community groups held a resource fair Saturday for Richmond residents affected by the Chevron refinery fire earlier this month. Attorneys and medical professionals were among those offering services at a "Know Your Rights Community Rally."
City, state, and federal officials say they will hold the first in a series of regularly scheduled meetings on Monday. The meetings are intended to update people on the investigation into the August 6 fire.
The public meeting will be held at 10 a.m. Monday in the Richmond City Council chambers at 440 Civic Center Plaza.
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