Fridley Patch is making plans to provide a livestream video webcast of Erin Brockovich's June 27 townhall meeting at .
The well-known consumer advocate is visiting Fridley to learn more about citizens' pollution and cancer concerns and to share her investigators' findings.
The highlight of her trip: a because seating appeared too limited with
Live streaming will allow people to watch online who are unable to attend the event—or who can't get into the 700-person auditorium if a capacity crowd shows up.
Patch has discussed livestreaming arrangements with staff at the district and Brockovich's organization.
"It should not be a problem," said spokesperson Amanda Crumley of Integrated Resource Management, the company that works with Brockovich to investigate pollution.
"If you can do it live you are going to make a lot of people very happy," said Jason McCarty, founder of the Fridley Cancer Cluster group on Facebook, in a Facebook message to Fridley Patch.
Look for more details about the livestream at Fridley Patch as the Brockovich event nears.
For more on the event, read .
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- Fridley Patch "Cancer Concerns" Topics Page