Public Health Officer Declares a Health Emergency Related to the LNU Lightning Complex Fire
LAKE COUNTY, CA – The Lake County Board of Supervisors has scheduled a Special Meeting to ratify the Health Emergency Declaration on Thursday, September 10, 2020 at 1:00 P.M. in the Board Chambers at the County Courthouse located 255 N. Forbes Street, Lakeport, CA. The special meeting will also be livestreamed via Zoom.
As noted in his declaration, Public Health Officer Dr. Gary Pace states that the potential for toxic exposures poses a public health threat in the aftermath of the LNU Lightning Complex wildfire and requires a declaration to help mitigate this threat by prohibiting the unsafe removal, transport and disposal of fire debris.
Residents seeking more information related to community disaster resources should access the website http://recovery.lakecountyca.gov.
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