Chevron to hold meeting on refinery fire update


Meanwhile, Oakland attorney John Burris says more than 3,000 people have signed up to seek legal action against Chevron. At a gathering in Richmond Saturday, Burris said the fire was preventable. He is trying to bring as many people as possible into the fold to join a claim of gross negligence.

Attorneys and medical professionals were among those offering services at Saturday's "Know Your Rights Community Rally."

On Monday, the first in a series of meetings will update residents on the investigation into the August 6 fire. That meeting will be held at 10 a-m at the Richmond City Council chambers.

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