Terry Gonzalez Cano

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Resident of Boyle Heights who lives about a mile from the Exide site

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Gov. Jerry Brown introduced a $177 million plan yesterday to test and clean up the areas contaminated by the Exide battery recycling plant.

Exide Cleanup

Gov. Jerry Brown introduced a $177 million plan yesterday to test and clean up the areas contaminated by the Exide battery recycling plant.

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