LAKE COUNTY, CA (September 10, 2019) – Following four fire seasons that shook Lake County to its core, residents are rising up, and taking action to reduce the probability another major wildfire event will occur. County leaders and staff are making the case with our legislators and seeking every opportunity to restore and revitalize our communities. Local artists are valuably interpreting the movement, and inspiring us all to seek a better tomorrow.
On Friday, August 30, 2019, Lake County Community Risk Reduction Authority (LCCRRA) Chairman and County Supervisor Moke Simon and Vice Chair, Supervisor Eddie Crandell, met with Logo Design contest winner Don Sluman, awarding gift certificates for a stay at Twin Pine Casino and Resort for his winning design.
“The LCCRRA meets monthly with one goal in mind: making Lake County residents safer from wildfire,” said Chairman Simon. “Mr. Sluman’s distinctive logo will make our work more effective.”
“We’re excited about the progress we’re already making,” relayed Vice Chair Crandell, “and we’re committed to empowering County residents and supporting fire resilient communities.”
The LCCRRA meets the third Monday of each month at 3:00 p.m. in the Board of Supervisors Chambers, 255 North Forbes Street Lakeport.
“Through the efforts of the LCCRRA, we’re growing communication and collaboration with public and private partnerships,” affirmed Michelle Scully, Deputy County Administrative Officer. “It’s been very exciting to work together with so many people who care so much about our community’s safety and are taking steps to secure that in the future.”
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LCCRRA can be reached at [email protected].