Assemblyman Kevin McCarty, D-Sacramento, will host a town hall meeting today about drinking water in Rio Linda and Elverta.
A study earlier this year showed that some water in the Rio Linda Elverta Community Water District contained more than the state’s safe limit for chromium-6, a carcinogen. The author of the report said the chemical could have been coming from McClellan Air Force Base.
An Air Force engineer, state and local water regulators and federal Environmental Protection Agency officials will give presentations and take questions from the public.
The meeting starts at 6 p.m. at the Rio Linda Public Library, 631 L Street.
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