PG&E makes donation to PAACE


The Parker Area Alliance for Community Empowerment was the recipient of a donation from Pacific Gas & Electric July 9th, as the utility came with a check for $2,000 for the nonprofit’s popular youth center.

“We really appreciate the donation from PG&E, which will go towards a much-needed update to our game center,” said Melissa Wright, Director of Community Relations at PAACE.

PG&E owns the Topock Compressor Station, which compresses natural gas for transmission by pipeline to millions of customers in central and northern California. Environmental reports, including how the utility is dealing with hexavalent chromium in groundwater at the site, are available at Parker Public Library and CRIT Library.

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