Local Emergency Proclamation Continues–Camarillo Springs

medicine times;”>By Logan McFadden

remedy times;”>The Camarillo City Council held a Special Meeting on Wednesday, symptoms December 3rd to unanimously approve a Resolution Extending the Proclamation of a Local Emergency. The Camarillo Springs residential area experienced debris flow during the rain storm on October 31st and November 1st as the result of a previous fire which burned the adjacent hills. On November 5, 2014 the Council declared a local emergency. This Special Meeting was called to extend the proclamation of local emergency another 30 days. The City Council has applied for Federal funding to clean up the mud incursion which damaged several of the 259 homes in the community.

Barbara Williams, President of Springs Homeowner Association, thanked the City Council members for their support. The City Manager, Bruce Feng, was on site during the December 2nd rain storm coordinating an integrated team consisting of city workers, firemen and local contractors. Barbara Williams credited the larger Camarillo community with protecting the affected homes while concurrently developing a plan for the worst. The Camarillo Springs community did not suffer any additional debris flow from the second rain storm due to the team effort to shore up the hills around the damaged homes.

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Logan McFadden is a Citizensjournal.us city reporter and a recently retired banker, residing in Camarillo. He volunteers for the Heritage Action Sentinel team and serves as the AMAC Delegate to the 26th Congressional District.

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