City of Concord California

News Release

October 3, 2017

Class offers help with consumer fraud

With consumer fraud still a vastly underreported crime, individuals need to take steps to report scams and cons as quickly as possible. The Concord Senior Center at 2727 Parkside Circle will offer a class called 'Frauds, Scams and Cons' on Monday, Oct. 9 from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. on what to do if you are a victim of a scam and how to protect yourself in the future.

"If you've been scammed, it can be deeply embarrassing, and make you question your judgment," says presenter Randy Horton. "This class will educate you on how to identify and avoid terrible schemes which are designed to steal your money."

For more information contact the Concord Senior Center at (925) 671-3320 or register at (course #104568). The fee is $3In 2012, the City Council adopted the Reuse Project Area Plan for the 5,000-acre base, reflecting several years of community visioning and planning. More than 65 percent of the project will become parks, playfields and open space. Over the next 25 years, the remaining area will be developed in phases. The Specific Plan process is geared to taking the next step toward development by providing additional details of the project including zoning and development standards such as setbacks and height requirements, street sections and a phasing plan.

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