Consumer advocate is the occasion for a Star Tribune article posted online Saturday night.
The article includes the rise of the page on Facebook, as well as the responses of state and local officials to citizen concerns about whether pollution and public health problems are linked.
Brockovich will not have answers when she holds a townhall-style meeting at Fridley High School on June 27, according to what her investigator Bob Bowcock told the Star Tribune:
Robert Bowcock, who works with her as an environmental investigator, said the pair have not reached any conclusions about the Fridley case yet. ... So far, he said no pattern of has emerged in terms of the types of cancers that people are reporting.
The Star Tribune mentions in Fridley and links to the , based on the interactive map.
The Star Tribune article also quotes Fridley resident and Fridley Patch blogger Mandy Meisner, who wrote Fridley Patch blog posts on the topic in April ("") and again in June ("").