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Reuniones programadas sobre la seguridad de la comunidad por el flujo de desechos después del incendio

VENTURA, Calif. –Se han programado una serie de reuniones sobre la seguridad de la comunidad por el flujo de desechos en lugares alrededor de las zonas quemadas durante el Incendio Thomas.

 

La oficina de Servicios de Emergencia del Sheriff, en cooperación con otras agencias de la ciudad y del Condado, el servicio forestal de los E.E.U.U. y Cal Fire, ha identificado 10 zonas alrededor del área del incendio que podrían estar sujetas al flujo de escombros o lodo después del incendio.

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Post-fire debris flow community safety meetings scheduled

Post-fire debris flow community safety meetings scheduled

 

VENTURA, Calif. – A series of community debris flow safety meetings have been scheduled at locations around the Thomas Fire burn area.

 

The Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services, in cooperation with other city and county agencies, the U.S. Forest Service and Cal Fire, has identified 10 zones around the burn area which may be subject to post-fire debris or mud flows.

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New name and new leadership as energy choice initiative becomes the Clean Power Alliance and begins serving it first customers

 

Today marks a new era in consumer choice and greener energy as Los Angeles Community Choice Energy begins serving its first customers under a new name— the Clean Power Alliance of Southern California.

 

The alliance is a coalition of cities that have joined together to purchase electricity in the wholesale power market, and sell it to their residents and businesses at competitive rates.

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Sheriff’S OES to hold Public Meeting at Poinsettia Pavillion re: Risks of mudslide, landslide and flooding

Saturday February 3, 2018, Sheriff’s OES and the County of Ventura’s Public Works Agency is holding a public meeting to discuss the status of the Thomas Fire burn area analysis. More particularly, the meeting will present an overview of the increased risk of mudflow, landslide, and flooding in areas adjacent to and downstream of the burn areas.

Attendees will be advised to take the necessary steps to protect themselves and their property from the dangers associated with increased mudflow,

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Reminder: Leaf Blowers Should Not be Used to Clean Up Fallen Ash

Reminder: Although the City has lifted its temporary leaf blower ban, please remember that leaf blowers should not be used to clean up ash under any circumstances. Using leaf blowers to clean up ash makes fallen ash airborne. This increases the risk of the ash being inhaled by residents and animals.

After the latest winds, the City has seen an increase in aged ash, which is still hazardous to breathe. Please do not use leaf blowers to clean up this ash.

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