California State Of Emergency

March 17, 2011 by USA Post 

California State Of Emergency, Governor Jerry Brown on Wednesday released a proclamation of emergency for Mendocino and San Luis Obispo counties following a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami off the coast of Japan, which has generated a surge of water along the California coast, causing damage to ports, ports and infrastructure.

This follows the proclamation of emergency issued by the governor of Del Norte, Humboldt, San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties on March 11, 2011.
County of Mendocino, Fort Bragg Noyo Harbor suffered significant damage on March 11 from tsunami surges caused by the earthquake in Japan, which this week, the U.S. Geological Survey at magnitude 9.0 level.

Officials estimated the damage at about $ 4 million and in Mendocino County.
On Tuesday, the Mendocino County Supervisory Board voted unanimously to adopt a resolution declaring a state of local emergency.

Following the board’s decision Tuesday, the North Shore MP, Wes Chesbro (D-Arcata) has requested the proclamation of the governor.

“This declaration will California emergency management resources available to the Agency’s Noyo Harbor to begin the recovery process,” said Chesbro.

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