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Floods are the most common and costly natural hazard in the nation. After a wildfire, the flood risk increases significantly. The time to buy flood insurance is now. Residents and business owners need to protect their homes and assets from the devastating financial losses from a flood, especially after a wildfire, before the next weather event occurs.
Large-scale wildfires dramatically alter the terrain and ground conditions. Normally, vegetation absorbs rainfall, reducing runoff. However, wildfires leave the ground charred, barren, and unable to absorb water, creating conditions ripe for flash flooding and mudflow. Flood risk remains significantly higher until vegetation is restored—up to 5 years after a wildfire. Flooding after a fire is often more severe, as debris and ash left from the fire can form mudflows. As rainwater moves across charred and denuded ground, it can also pick up soil and sediment and carry it in a stream of floodwaters. This can cause more significant damage.
Do to the COVID19 (coronavirus) social isolation mandates, the regular scheduled Board of Trustee meeting will be held through the meeting program Zoom.
Time: *call in starts at 5:30 pm
Meeting: starts at 6:00 pm
To Join Zoom Meeting:
By Computer: Click on the link included on the Agenda and follow the instructions. Participants from the audience will be able to speak during public comment. There is a hand symbol to push that will allow the meeting moderator to see who wants to speak and enable this feature. Please remember to state your name before speaking. The person has three minutes to speak. The line will be muted at the end of the three minutes.
*By Telephone: Members of the public who wish to provide public comment on any specific agenda item or during general public comment must call the number provided below between 5:30 pm and 5:45 pm During that time, the moderator of the call will ask your name and the agenda item or if you wish to speak to an item not on the agenda. Once that information has been provided, your line will be muted. When it is time to speak during the meeting, the moderator will unmute the line, state the person’s name who will be speaking. The person has three minutes to speak. The line will be muted at the end of the three minutes.
To participate, dial the following phone number: 1 (253) 215 8782, then there will be a prompt to enter the meeting ID# found on the Agenda, and the User ID is the pound (#) sign.
By Electronic Mail: Members of the public may also provide public comment or comment on a specific agenda item by sending an email to email@example.com. The email must be received by 5:50 pm. The Town Clerk will read the email into the record during public comment or public comment for the agenda item.
Thank you for your participation in maintaining community health by following the social distancing regulations.
To see the Agenda and get the meeting link and the meeting ID #, please click on the "Next Board of Trustees Meeting" date at the top of the website to view that information.