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10/23/2015 7:32:50 PM
Dog Gal - Code Enforcement NumbersReply: Nathan
Dog Gal,
        Please forgive the delay as I was trying to get you the information for our local code enforcement officer but I did not get a chance to grab business cards the other night. So I hope this helps. You can call the general lines and ask as I am sure they can help.

County Code Enforcement Numbers
10/23/2015 10:59:50 AM
Property Maintenance IIReply: Hugh
I am not concerned with property debris clogging drains when "El Nino" hits. El Nino hits every year, sometimes light and sometimes strong. It's up to Mother Nature. It would appear that El Nino and Mother Nature play hand in hand. Some point to global warming - which is a fallacy. We've experienced global-cooling for over a decade. Which will become the next "Big Alarm" - Global Cooling - man made.

I'm also not concerned with dried-up debris and fires. The El Nino rains will take care of that. 
10/22/2015 3:25:09 PM
Road washoutReply: Mike + Lunden
Our road is dirt and we have the same problem when it rains. Road washes out and it all ends up in our front yard and driveway. Sandbags aren't enough since our property seems to be a natural stream when it rains heavy. Is and neighbors above have tried grading the road to drain on the other side where there is a wash. Any advise on flow diversion would be great!
10/22/2015 1:50:35 PM
Code enforcementReply: Dog Gal
Nathan....my property is a drainage way for all properties up hill from me.
We have 2 ponds that flood the place in heavy rains. I need input on how to address this. Can I get the information (phone #'s ) for help?
10/22/2015 11:16:36 AM
El Nino PreperationsReply: Nathan
retiredtga,
    Sorry you were not able to make it to the meeting last night, it was a very informative one. Yes many people were concerned about the issues that El Nino may bring to our area. Code Enforcement let everyone know that if you see something that may be an issue or if you yourself simply want to have your property assessed, to give them a call. You can also contact the Transportation Dept. Transportation is working closely with code to try and clear any issues or areas that may cause concern this season. I hope this helps. Feel free to ask more questions about this concern and I am sure many can weigh in on it as well.
10/22/2015 10:16:51 AM
Property MaintenancePost: retiredtga
Hi, I could not make the meeting, but I was wondering if anyone is concerned about property debris that will end up clogging the street drains when El Nino hits.  Also the fire danger that dried up debris bring to our community.  
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