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Southern California Edison Thomas Fire Status Page Available Now

Southern California Edison has update an outage map showing current status of Thomas Fire service outages and restoration. Visit SCE.com for information.

Information includes: Thomas fire restoration effort

Damage assessment teams have been granted access to some of the fire-damaged areas of the Thomas fire. When they gain access, progress of their work will be determined by weather conditions, terrain and the movement of the fires.
We anticipate the magnitude of the damage to be extensive.

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Updated Information on the Thomas Fire on Readyventuracounty.org

Reminder: Check http://readyventuracounty.org/ throughout the day for the latest news, road closures, evacuations and other information related to the Thomas Fire.

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Water Advisory From Ventura Water

** Water Advisory From Ventura Water:
Boil Your Water
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BOIL YOUR WATER BEFORE USING IT!
Failure to follow this advisory could result in stomach or intestinal illness. This advisory applies citywide in Ventura, Foster Park, Casitas Springs and Upper Ojai.

Este informe contiene información muy importante sobre su agua potable. Tradúzcalo o hable con alguien que lo entienda bien.

Due to the Thomas Fire and power outages, the State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water,

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Thomas Fire

There is a fast moving, active brush fire that started north of Santa Paula near Highway 150 and has burned into the city limits of Ventura and toward Highway 33. The fire is currently estimated at 31,000 acres and is being pushed by strong east winds. Fixed wing aircraft and helicopters are expected to attack the fire at daybreak. The fire is still out of control and structures continue to be threatened throughout the fire area.

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Full 11/14/16 Council Meeting Available to View Now on Youtube

During the November 14, 2017 regular City Council meeting, at approximately 9:30 p.m., the City’s video server suffered from network issues that interrupted the televised video playback. City staff has diagnosed the issue, and rebooted the affected server this afternoon, between meeting broadcasts to avoid any further impact to the television channel. The server rebooted without any issue. Staff does not anticipate further issues from this server, but will monitor tonight’s Planning Commission meeting.

The City’s Council meeting recording is complete and was not effected by any technical issues.

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