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Mobile Registration Intake Center Will Re-open in Oakhurst (Madera County)

SACRAMENTO – A FEMA Mobile Registration Intake Center (MRIC) serving wildfire survivors in Madera County will re-open Tuesday, Dec. 1, for five days. FEMA representatives will be onsite to help assist and support wildfire survivors. At the MRIC survivors can expect to register with FEMA for disaster aid, upload/drop off important documents needed for their application and check their application ...

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Keep Your Family, Pets Safe When Using Generators During Power Outages

SACRAMENTO – As California continues to recover from wildfires, FEMA urges everyone who experiences a power outage to be safe when using portable generators. Do not use generators inside your home, garage, basement, crawlspace or any partially enclosed area. Keep them outside of your living spaces and away from doors, windows and vents that could allow carbon monoxide to come ...

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Federal Assistance for Wildfire-Damaged Private Bridges and Access Roads

SACRAMENTO – Survivors of the 2020 California wildfires who have wildfire-caused damage to their privately owned bridge or access road may be eligible for financial assistance from FEMA under the Individuals and Households Program (IHP). The assistance is intended to restore access to a primary residence. The following conditions must be met to be eligible for Home Repair Assistance awards ...

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Sierra National Forest Continues Closures

CLOVIS – The Sierra National Forest (SNF) Continues closures.  With the Creek Fire now at 85% containment, it has low potential for growth given the current winter conditions. The fire activity on the Forest has significantly decreased and the Creek Fire management team has since transitioned to a Type 3 organization, local to the Sierra National Forest. Although fire activity ...

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Final Notice of Reduction of Clerk’s Office Hours

MADERA – On September 23, 2020, the Madera County Superior Court released a public notice pursuant to Government Code Section 68106 and the California Rules of Court, Rule 10.620, outlining plans to permanently reduce Clerk’s Office hours. See original story here: Public Notice of Reduction of Clerk’s Office Hours The sixty (60) day notice and public comment period concluded at ...

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Mariposa Museum Offering Free Admission During Holiday Sale

MARIPOSA – The Mariposa Museum & History Center will be having their annual Holiday Extravaganza beginning Sunday November 29 and occurring every Sunday until December 20. Winter hours are 9am – 4pm daily with free admission. Come do your Christmas shopping, with lots of great gift ideas. Choose from a nice selection of books and gorgeous jewelry, many made by ...

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Oakhurst Sunrise Rotary’s Fundraiser: Online Auction for Holiday Shopping

OAKHURST – Sunrise Rotary is having an ONLINE AUCTION that will run through Dec. 12, 2020 with a total of $12,000 in products.  The opening bids have been made very competitive and we hope you will have a lot of fun helping us earn funds for our mountain community. Click here for the website and start bidding:  one.bidpal.net/sunriserotarycommunitypartners Members of ...

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