In a Press Release issued August 28, 2019, an unfortunate incident was reported of a dog that died suddenly after swimming in the Putah Creek area. Although no prior cyanobacteria-related animal deaths had been confirmed in this area, local water and health officials were concerned cyanobacteria may be the cause.
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 California Department of Public Health (CDPH) issued a health advisory today urging everyone to refrain from vaping, no matter the substance or source, until current investigations are complete.
Lessons Learned from 1,000 Hands. “We wanted to get people on the same page. People are not always working on the same projects, there are different economic boundaries in the communities. If a millionaire loses a $750,000 home [to a wildfire], does that mean more than someone losing their rental? No.”