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  • Summerset apartments mark one year since gas outages left Fresno tenants in the cold

    Tenants, community and faith-based leaders gather at Summerset Village Apartments, the Fresno, California, apartment complex to reflect on failures and look forward to progress to improve living conditions. Last November, tenants were left for weeks without heat or hot water when a natural gas leak prompted Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to shut off service to the complex.

Summerset apartments mark one year since gas outages left Fresno tenants in the cold

Tenants, community and faith-based leaders gather at Summerset Village Apartments, the Fresno, California, apartment complex to reflect on failures and look forward to progress to improve living conditions. Last November, tenants were left for weeks without heat or hot water when a natural gas leak prompted Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to shut off service to the complex.
Craig Kohlruss The Fresno Bee