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Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Approves Major Disaster Declaration for California

Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Approves Major Disaster Declaration for California

WASHINGTON — FEMA announced that federal disaster assistance has been made available to the state of California to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by wildfires from Aug. 14 and continuing.   Federal funding is available to the state, eligible local and tribal governments, and certain private nonprofit organizations on a […]

Oxnard’s Second Public Pool

Oxnard’s Second Public Pool

by Ray Blattel A recent VC Star article on 1 August 2021 stated Oxnard was to receive $5M to build the city’s second public pool.  As stated in the article, the $5M is just a kick start for the pool – the preliminary estimate put the price tag at $40M with the city tentatively planning […]

President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Signs Major Declaration For California

President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Signs Major Declaration For California

WASHINGTON — FEMA announced federal emergency aid has been made available to the state of California to supplement state, tribal and local recovery efforts in areas affected by wildfires beginning on July 14, 2021, and continuing. The President’s action makes federal funding available to affected individuals in Lassen, Nevada, Placer and Plumas counties. Assistance can include […]

Californians Impacted By Oil Drilling And Climate-Driven Wildfires

Californians Impacted By Oil Drilling And Climate-Driven Wildfires

Sacramento, CA – Today, climate and public health experts joined community members who have been most impacted by California’s climate crisis to highlight the role in-state fossil fuel extraction and production plays in fueling devastating wildfires. California is one of the leading oil producers in the nation and the oil produced here is among the most climate-damaging […]

Southern Oregon’s Bootleg Fire Grows To Nearly 400,000 Acres

Southern Oregon’s Bootleg Fire Grows To Nearly 400,000 Acres

BY TYLER DURDEN | ZeroHedge The Bootleg Fire in Southern Oregon is now one of the largest in the nation and will continue to increase in size as the fire season rolls on.  As of Wednesday morning, nearly 400,000 acres of forest and grasslands have burned. There’s a risk that months of back-to-back heatwaves could […]

Wildfires Impact California The Most

Wildfires Impact California The Most

Wildfires have ravaged the American West in the recent past. Of the 10 costliest wildfires on record, only two occurred prior to 2017, according to the Insurance Information Institute. And this year is shaping up to be more of the same. When considering total acres burned, 2020 was very close to being the most destructive […]

New Smart Automated Exterior Fire Suppression Systems to Create Wildfire-Safe Properties in California

New Smart Automated Exterior Fire Suppression Systems to Create Wildfire-Safe Properties in California

Embers Protection Services, a division of CMAC Development, Inc., is proud to introduce its automated exterior fire suppression system to protect residential and commercial structures from wildfires. The Embers Protection System is a smart fire prevention system designed to create wildfiresafe properties. Built with innovative technology and equipment, water is deployed to the roof for […]

Commentary | Gruesome Newsom

Commentary | Gruesome Newsom

By John Jay There are many, many reasons why voters should vote for someone other that our current governor, Gruesome Newsom.  Here are just a few of the more significant reasons out of the dozens of reasons: . 1.  Dictator Newsom issued a decree, over a year ago, that all cities in California must, repeat must, build […]

More wildfires ignite in West, forcing evacuations from California to Colorado

More wildfires ignite in West, forcing evacuations from California to Colorado

By Max Golembo Nearly four dozen uncontained wildfires are burning in the West, with 21 of them burning in California alone. Winds gusted from 70 to 104 mph in Colorado, producing a perfect setup for further spread. On Wednesday, the Cameron Peak Fire in Colorado burned an additional 23,000 acres, making it the biggest wildfire […]

‘Climate arson’ and Other Wildfire Nonsense

‘Climate arson’ and Other Wildfire Nonsense

    By Paul Driessen Real goal is to avoid responsibility for policies, and increase control over energy, lives, property In what has become an annual summer tragedy, wildfires are again destroying western US forests. Millions of acres and millions of animals have been incinerated, hundreds of homes reduced to ash and rubble, dozens of […]

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