Lake County Office of Emergency Services to host Valley fire community meeting Sept. 24

MIDDLETOWN, Calif. – The Lake County Office of Emergency Services OES) is hosting a community meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24, at 6 p.m. at the Middletown High School football field.
Residents, homeowners and contractors are invited to attend the community meeting.
Federal, state and local representatives in attendance will include:
● District 5 Supervisor Rob Brown;
● District 1 Supervisor Jim Comstock;
● Rick Coel, director of the Lake County Community Development Department;
● Mark Dellinger, Special Districts administrator;
● Scott De Leon, director of the Lake County Department of Public Works;
● Sean Smith, recovery liaison for the California Office of Emergency Services;
● Keith Woods, North Coast Builders Exchange;
● Environmental Health;
● Pacific Gas and Electric Co.
United Policyholders will provide resources and information. The nonprofit 501 c)3) organization is dedicated to providing disaster recovery relief, with a mission of providing trustworthy and useful information for consumers with all types of insurance.
United Policyholders will be available to guide Valley fire victims through the entire claims process.
The North Coast Builders Exchange NCBE) is a member-operated nonprofit association serving the construction industry in the California North Coast area. NCBE is committed to providing quality services and training to members, promoting professionalism and ethics in construction, and helping to create a high quality of life in the communities they serve.
NCBE Online is a service of the North Coast Builders Exchange dedicated to assisting NCBE members and providing helpful information and assistance to the public and the construction industry at large.
Middletown High School is located at 20932 Big Canyon Road.
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