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Survivors of Bobcat Fire Have Until Feb. 1 to Join California’s No-Cost Wildfire Cleanup Program
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Survivors of Bobcat Fire Have Until Feb. 1 to Join California’s No-Cost Wildfire Cleanup Program

As property owners begin the process of recovering after the Bobcat and Lake wildfires, there are programs and resources available to help get them back on track. One of those is the state’s Consolidated Debris Removal Program led by the California Governor’s Office of Emergency, CalRecycle and local governments. This is an opt-in program. Survivors can participate by filling out a Right-of-Entry…

Heavy Rains Prompt Mudslide Concerns
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Heavy Rains Prompt Mudslide Concerns

By Terry Miller California’s first major storm of the season caused a wallop Sunday night with an impressive thunder and lightning show combined with heavy showers this county hasn’t seen in quite some time. Monrovia residents are taking the approaching storms seriously, filling dozens of sandbags to prevent mudflow and debris. Residents of neighborhoods in…

Bobcat and Lake Fire Private Property Debris Removal Deadlines Approaching
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Bobcat and Lake Fire Private Property Debris Removal Deadlines Approaching

The County of Los Angeles has begun Phase II of the Private Property Debris Removal process for survivors of the Bobcat and Lake Wildfires. Property owners with fire debris on their properties must apply for one of the two following options and submit the appropriate forms by the deadlines. Option 1 is called the “opt-in” Government-Sponsored Fire…

A Few Days Left for Bobcat Wildfire Survivors to Register for FEMA Aid
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A Few Days Left for Bobcat Wildfire Survivors to Register for FEMA Aid

Residents who have been impacted by the Bobcat Wildfire now have just a few days left to register for financial support from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).  The deadline to register for assistance is Dec. 16, 2020. FEMA gives eligible wildfire survivors financial support to help pay for needs such as rent, home repairs, medical/dental costs,…

L.A. County Residents and Business Owners Affected by Bobcat and Lake Wildfires Have Until Tuesday to Apply for Disaster Loans
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L.A. County Residents and Business Owners Affected by Bobcat and Lake Wildfires Have Until Tuesday to Apply for Disaster Loans

Disaster recovery loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration (S.B.A.) are still available to Los Angeles County residents and businesses who suffered damage as a result of the Lake Fire and Bobcat Fire. The deadline to apply for disaster recovery loans from the S.B.A. is Dec. 15. Businesses of all sizes and private nonprofit organizations may…

Bobcat Fire Survivors Have Two Weeks to Register for FEMA Aid
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Bobcat Fire Survivors Have Two Weeks to Register for FEMA Aid

Residents who have been impacted by the Bobcat Wildfire now have two weeks to register for aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).  The deadline to register for assistance is Dec. 16, 2020.  FEMA gives eligible wildfire survivors financial support to help pay for needs such as rent, home repairs, medical/dental costs, funeral expenses and other disaster-related expenses. FEMA may be…

Effort Underway to Save Historic Adams Pack Station Post Bobcat Fire
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Effort Underway to Save Historic Adams Pack Station Post Bobcat Fire

By Terry Miller Arcadia resident and environmentalist Cameron Stone became well-known to the community several years ago when he helped spearhead an ambitious bid to save the Arcadia woodlands with a group known as the Arcadia Four in 2011. Tree-sitters John Quigley, Andrea Bowers, Julia Jaye Posin, and Travis Jochimsen were arraigned Feb. 18, 2011…

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