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River & Ranch Fires Meeting at 6pm

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. (August 1, 2018) – CALFIRE, the United State Forest Service and County officials will host a community meeting at 6pm in Kelseyville, to provide displaced residents and concerned members of the public an update on the status of the Mendocino Complex Fires (River and Ranch Fires), and actions firefighters are taking to limit losses and protect property.

Here are the details:
River and Ranch Fires Community Meeting
Wednesday, August 1, 6:00pm
Kelseyville High School
5480 Main Street
Kelseyville, CA  95451

Representatives from the following agencies have been invited to participate and report on their respective activities:
Cal Fire/USFS
Congressman Thompson’s office
Senator McGuire’s office
Board of Supervisors
Public Health
Care and Shelter/Social Services/American Red Cross/Behavioral Health CHP Animal Care & Control Air Quality City of Lakeport and Lakeport PD USPS Lake Transit Authority Local waste management representatives AT&T, PG&E, MediaCom

As was the case with Tuesday’s emergency Board of Supervisors meeting, this community meeting will be streamed live on Facebook, enabling all concerned citizens, including the many evacuated Lake County residents currently out of the County, to receive these critical updates:

 “Fire crews, other first responders and County and City officials continue to work tirelessly to stabilize the River and Ranch fires, with the goal of enabling County residents to return to their homes as soon as it is safe,” shares Carol J. Huchingson, County Administrative Officer.  “The fires and related evacuations have strained so many individuals and families, and we are doing all we can to make an orderly and appropriate response.  This evening’s meeting will offer important information to all concerned, and we sincerely hope residents and the public will make it to Kelseyville High School, or stream the meeting on Facebook.”


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Effective immediately, people on private water systems whose tap water comes from their own private intake into the lake, in the Oaks Arm and Lower Arm of Clear Lake should not drink the water.

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