Paradise RV ordinance | Fire hazard zones | Upcoming storms
The latest North State and California news on our airwaves for Monday, March 20.
Paradise Town Council extends ordinance allowing fire survivors to live in RVs under certain circumstances
The Paradise Town Council Friday voted to extend an ordinance that allows people to keep RVs and other temporary structures on their land through April 2024, under certain circumstances. The previous ordinance allowed residents to live on their property in RVs with a temporary use permit until April of 2023.
— Ken Devol, NSPR
Deadline to comment on the state’s fire hazard severity map is weeks away
Time is almost up to give public comment on Cal Fire’s map of fire hazard severity zones. Until April 4, Cal FIRE and the Office of the State Fire Marshal will hear feedback from the public about how they labeled the fire risk in the state responsibility areas of California.
— Jamie Jiang, NSPR
More winter weather expected this week
Another series of atmospheric river storms is predicted to bring rain and snow between today and Wednesday. The National Weather Service says these storms will be mild to moderate compared with previous ones. A winter storm warning remains in effect for much of the Sierra through 11 a.m. today.
— CapRadio Staff
Californians to see measure that would fund housing for vulnerable residents
Gov. Gavin Newsom is on a multi-day tour of California, announcing several major new initiatives. In San Diego yesterday, he announced a 2024 ballot measure that would provide $1 billion a year to fund housing and supportive services to stabilize those most vulnerable, including veterans.
— CapRadio Staff
Stories from NPR partner stations are edited by NSPR Staff for digital presentation and credited as requested.
In case you missed it
- Department of Water Resources to increases releases at Oroville Dam Spillway — NSPR
- Interview: Author Katherine Blunt on aging utility infrastructure — NSPR
- California to build 1,200 tiny homes to reduce homelessness — CapRadio
- New bill would hold colleges liable for hazing incidents — CapRadio
- Isolation due to snow storms raises mental health concerns in the Dixie Fire burn scar — NSPR
Headlines is published every weekday morning at 8:30 a.m. Subscribe on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and NPR One. Theme song Borough is courtesy of Blue Dot Sessions.