San Bruno Works on How to Spend Money from Deadly PG&E Pipeline Blast - NBC Bay Area

San Bruno Works on How to Spend Money from Deadly PG&E Pipeline Blast

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    Nearly five years after a PG&E gas pipeline ruptured in San Bruno, killing eight people and destroying 38 homes, the Crestmoor area is starting to resemble a neighborhood again. Jean Elle reports. (Published Monday, May 11, 2015)

    Nearly five years after a PG&E gas pipeline ruptured in San Bruno, killing eight people and destroying 38 homes, the Crestmoor area is starting to resemble a neighborhood again.

    PG&E spent $70 million in restitution to those affected by the blast.

    In response, the city formed the San Bruno Community foundation to figure out how to spend and invest the money from PG&E. The foundation on Monday night held its first meeting with residents to discuss the next steps.

    The foundation will hold two more meetings and will analyze how residents wish to spend the money before making a final decision.

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