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Which key players are we missing?
Across California, there are hundreds of low-income, dense, unincorporated communities on county land that uniformly lack some combination of sewer systems, clean drinking water, sidewalks, streetlights and storm drain gutters. In "Neglected for decades, unincorporated communities lack basic public services," California Watch reporter Bernice Yeung writes of the conditions an estimated 1.8 million Californians face. We have listed contact information for key players in each community, but we want to know whether we've missed any government agencies, key players or nonprofit organizations. Tell us: What are we missing?
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