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Posted by: thepinetree on 11/13/2018 08:00 AM Updated by: thepinetree on 11/13/2018 08:00 AM
Expires: 01/01/2023 12:00 AM
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Camp Fire Update...125,000 Acres, 30% Contained, 42 Fatalities, 6,522 Homes, 85 Multiple Unit Residences, 260 Commercial Buildings

Paradise, CA...Last night firefighters continued to hold established containment lines. Firefighters actively fought the fire and worked aggressively. Firefighters provided structure protection and will continue to provide structure protection throughout daytime operations. Firefighters will work to put direct and indirect fire lines in while scouting and putting in contingency lines ahead of the fire. Many risks and hazards along with steep terrain in some areas will impede firefighting efforts.






CAMP FIRE
Camp Fire Incident Information:
Last Updated: November 13, 2018 7:24 am
Date/Time Started: November 08, 2018 6:33 am
Administrative Unit: Unified Command: CAL FIRE, Butte County Sheriff Department, Paradise Police Department, USFS
County: Butte County
Location: Pulga Road at Camp Creek Road near Jarbo Gap
Acres Burned - Containment: 125,000 acres - 30% contained
Structures Threatened: 15,500
Structures Destroyed: 6,522 residences, 260 commercial
Evacuations: View the latest Incident Update for current information on evacuations, evacuation centers, and road closures.
The Camp Fire has produced an online interactive evacuation map for citizens to view. Click to see the MAP

The Camp Fire has produced an online public viewer structure map. Click to see the MAP

Evacuation Centers:

OPEN: Bidwell Jr. Highschool (2376 North Ave, Chico CA 95926)

OPEN: Yuba-Sutter Fairground (442 Franklin Ave, Yuba City, CA 95991)

OPEN: Plumas County Fairgrounds (204 Fairground Rd, Quincy CA 95971)

OPEN: Butte County Fairgrounds (199 E Hazel St, Gridley, CA 95948)

THIS SHELTER IS FULL: Glenn County Fairgrounds (221 E Yolo St, Orland, CA 95963)

THIS SHELTER IS FULL: Oroville Nazarene Church (2238 Monte Vista Ave, Oroville, CA 95966)

THIS SHELTER IS FULL: Neighborhood Church (2801 Notre Dame Blvd, Chico, CA 95928)

For the most recent up to date Evacuation Locations and Status go to: Butte County Website

Animal Evacuation Centers:

Small Animals:
Chico Municipal Airport 150 Airpark Blvd, Chico, CA 95973

THIS SHELTER IS FULL: Del Oro Old County Hospital, 2279 Del Ord Drive, Orville, CA

Large Animal Shelter:
Butte County Fair Grounds, 199 E Hazel Street, Gridley, CA


Road Closures: SR70 at Pentz
SR70 @ Wheelock

SR70 at SR191

Durham Pentz East from 99

Neal Road East from 99

Skyway at Honey Run @ Paradise

SR149 SB off to SR70 EB

SR70 NB off to SR70 EB

SR70 at Cherokee

SR32 at Yosemite EB

Cherokee at Water Service Dirt Road East 20th at Dawncrest Drive

Skyway at Humboldt

Skyway at DeSable

Humboldt at Bruce

SR162 (Oro Quincy) at Forbestown Rd

Oro Quncy Hwy at Upper Bald Rock Rd

SR162 (Oro Quncy) at Stephens Ridge Rd (lower end)

SR32 at Headwaters Rd

SR32 at Schott Rd

SR32 at Garland

SR 70 at Deadwood

Doe Mill Rd at Butte Creek Forks Recreation Area

East 20th at Dawncrest Drive

Picholine at Sevillano Ct

Injuries: 3 injuries - 42 civilian fatalities
Cause: Under investigation
Cooperating Agencies: California Department of Transportation, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, California Highway Patrol, California Office of Emergency Services, National Weather Service, California Conservation Corps, Butte County, City of Chico
Total Fire Personnel: 5,139
Total Fire Engines: 622
Total Fire Crews: 97
Total Helicopters: 21
Total Dozers: 107
Total Water Tenders: 71
Long/Lat: -121.434700/39.813400
Conditions: Last night firefighters continued to hold established containment lines. Firefighters actively fought the fire and worked aggressively. Firefighters provided structure protection and will continue to provide structure protection throughout daytime operations. Firefighters will work to put direct and indirect fire lines in while scouting and putting in contingency lines ahead of the fire. Many risks and hazards along with steep terrain in some areas will impede firefighting efforts.
Phone Numbers (530) 538-7826 (Public Information Line )
Phone Numbers (530) 487-4788 (Camp Fire Media Line )


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Posted on: 2018-11-13 08:08:19   By: Anonymous
 
At the request of the City Council of Laguna Beach, Sen. John Moorlach (R-Costa Mesa), authored SB 1463 in
2016, a bipartisan bill which would have given local governments more
say in fire-prevention efforts through the Public Utilities Commission
proceeding making maps of fire hazard areas around utility lines.

Laguna Beach went through four fires sparked by utility lines in the
last ten years, and has done as much in the way of prevention as they
could afford. The bill would have allowed cities to work with utilities
to underground utility lines, and work with the Public Utilities
Commission to develop updated fire maps by requiring the PUC to take
into consideration areas in which communities are at risk from the
consequences of wildfire — not just those areas where certain
environmental hazards are present.

Gov. Brown vetoed SB 1463, despite being passed by the Legislature, 75-0 in the Assembly and 39-0 in the Senate.

After SB 1463 was killed by Gov. Brown, Sen. Moorlach and his brilliant
staff had an epiphany: Redirect the state’s accumulated cap-and-trade
funds into wildfire prevention.

Authored in 2018, the new Senate Bill 1463, aptly named “Cap and Trees,”
would continuously appropriate 25 percent of state cap-and-trade funds
to counties to harden the state’s utility infrastructure and better
manage wildlands and our overgrown and drought-weakened forests.

“In an effort to reduce the
state’s highest source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, curb the
impacts of future wildfires and prevent unnecessary damage to life and
property, Senate Bill 1463 will continuously appropriate 25 percent of
cap and trade funds to counties to harden the state’s utility
infrastructure and better manage wildlands and forests,” the new SB 1463
fact sheet reported.

However, SB 1463 was killed in the radical Senate Environmental Quality Committee by Democrats, even though there was no opposition to it.

It is estimated that “for every 2
to 3 days these wildfires burn, GHG emissions are roughly equal to the
annual emissions from every car in the entire state of California,” USA
Today/Reno Gazette reported in
2017. Last year, there were more than 9,000 major wildfires which
burned over 1.2 million acres. Several of the large fires were caused or
exacerbated by sparking utility lines."

Make no mistake, the recent fires in California are made much worse
because they've happened at the end of the classic hot dry summers we
have, and very windy conditions, but knowing how this is the situation
every year, it would only be prudent to prepare properly. Governor
Brown did his part to prevent that, and now he has the gall to blame the
politicized "science" of anthropogenic global warming instead.

Naturally, that imaginary problem requires expensive government
intervention in all aspects of our lives, and the confiscation of even
more of our wealth.

It's like it's a political game, or something.
From SacramentalCitizen wordpress com

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Sighs
Posted on: 2018-11-13 09:06:11   By: Anonymous
 
clear it
control burn it
log it
graze it

or watch it burn and this is what happens.

[Reply ]

    Re: Sighs
    Posted on: 2018-11-13 10:51:04   By: Anonymous
     
    It really is that simple. But if we were to use common sense we would not need all the incompetent bodies in government office seats, they can't have that.

    [Reply ]

      Re: follow your brilliant leader
      Posted on: 2018-11-13 15:09:07   By: Anonymous
       
      You dumb Hillbillies, none of these fires would have happened if California would have done what the brilliant President Trump says to do. You Hillbillies should have tree cleared and should be diverting water onto the fires instead of wasting it. Follow your leader, he has a real good brain.

      [Reply ]

        Re: follow your brilliant leader
        Posted on: 2018-11-13 15:51:44   By: Anonymous
         
        Why are lefties so full of hate?? "Dumb hillbillies". Then a post full of hate and mockery. But no solutions or opinion of any substance. Just hate.
        By your post I assume you believe that what has been done to the forests by the environmental left is working well? It sure doesn't look that way to me, nor to the folks whose towns are getting leveled.
        And what about all the private landowners and their overgrown lots? Is there no accountability for the mismanagement of the private land? Most of what burned in the Camp fire was private land.

        [Reply ]

    Re: Sighs
    Posted on: 2018-11-13 13:41:03   By: Anonymous
     
    Do you ever pay attention? These are not forest fires or ranch land fires. These are communities burning. No one logs in Paradise, elevation 1800 ft. Or in Malibu.

    [Reply ]

      Re: Sighs
      Posted on: 2018-11-13 15:44:13   By: Anonymous
       
      The original poster did offer three other options besides logging. They could have easily cleared it in Paradise, Malibu, etc.
      Doing nothing sure isn't the answer, I think everybody has to see that at this point. Native Americans would burn it every year, but they knew how to manage the land better than we do. The enviros have hugged the forest to death.
      What does elevation 1800 ft have to do with logging? They log at a lot lower elevations than 1800 ft.

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