had burned 29,800 acres, destroyed more than 500 structures and was one of more than 14 blazes currently charring northern California.
Weather patterns through today are expected to produce critical fire weather conditions, and there have been at least 11 fatalities associated with the Tubbs Fire-Pocket Fire complex, according to the Cal Fire incident update.
Cal Fire confirmed 11 deaths in the complex as a result of the fire, and the death toll had risen to 21 throughout Northern California.
Blair said it’ll probably take a month or so before she heads back to Santa Rosa to take stock of the damage, because so many fice way out to the airport, that’s a 12-mile round trip on my bicycle just to check my P.O. box,” Coll said.
Davenport said the best idea she heard during the meeting came from Councilmember JoAnn Yukimura, who suggested forming a nonprofit Friends of the Post Office group.
“The group could raise the money to buy the building and then rent it back out munities included parks in Anahola, Kapaa, Hanamaulu and Anini.
Starting today, the county Department of Parks & Recreation has the authority to close parks during nighttime and overnight hours due to illegal activity.
“After two years of hearing about it, it was good to hear that the (homeless) summit has made some moves in the right direction, and we’re looking forward to more,” said Councilmember Mason Chock. people are still displaced and the fires are still raging.
At least 20,000 people are estimated to be seeking shelter after evacuations, which are ongoing throughout much of the northern part of the state.
“I don’t know where all these people are going to be going,” she said. “(My family), they’re staying with my other daughter. Right now they’re huddled together.” to the post office,” Davenport said.
No decision has been made on the relocation and consolidation of the Rice Street post office and the carrier annex, and comments are being accepted until Nov. 10, Shelton said.
Send comments to: U.S. Postal Service, Attn: Greg Shelton-Lihue HI, 200 E. Kentucky Ave, Denver, CO 80209-9950.
Only by coordinating government agencies, developing private-public partnerships and applying for federal funding can the homeless issue be dealt with adequately, officials said.
“Living in Hawaii, the cost of living is very high, and families are struggling,” said Joe Homeless. “Then there’s losers on the street. They don’t care, and those people are making us homeless look bad. That’s why we gotta tell them, ‘you know what, tone it down, have respect.’”