As of November 8th, construction on the new Hopper Ave Wall is officially underway! This new wall is chosen by the neighborhood, for the people, and at no cost to them. We are making our way through this journey together -- until the last family is home.
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Lake County is resilient, beautiful, and yes, a great place to visit. They need your support to reinvigorate the economy post-fires. You will find a ton of really kind people there.
If you have not been there, check this out:
"Vacation resorts and campgrounds dot more than 100 miles of shoreline on Clear Lake, Lake County’s hub of watery summer fun.
A family vacation destination since the 1880s, when families arrived in stagecoaches, the Clear Lake area is now a major wine region, with more than 40 wineries welcoming visitors to taste their high-elevation — and increasingly highly rated — sauvignon blancs and cabernet sauvignons.
But the lake is the crown jewel of the county. The largest natural freshwater lake in California, Clear Lake is warm and shallow, drawing visitors across the state for its swimming, water-skiing, kayaking, paddleboarding and, most famously, fishing." ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you Jay Gamel for the straight talk and honesty.
"It’s fire season again and the wind’s been blowing a lot over the past very hot week, bringing back memories of the days that led up to the rampaging fire that hit us so hard in October of 2017. Standing in the driveway, watching the trees swaying and stuff blowing all over, I realized, “I’m still not ready.” ... See MoreSee Less
"This week’s hot weather and red flag warnings reminded us all that fire season is once again upon us. When homes burn down, fire victims often want to rebuild as quickly as possible. But in light of climate change and more frequent and deadly wildfires, is it time to stop building in areas at high risk for fire? This hour we examine the idea of so-called “managed retreat," backing away from rebuilding in areas prone to destruction." ... See MoreSee Less
This week’s hot weather and red flag warnings reminded us all that fire season is once again upon us. When homes burn down, fire victims often want to rebuild as quickly as possible. But in light of...
Larkfield Estates and Mark West Estates approached Rebuild NorthBay Foundation requesting assistance for approximately one mile of common perimeter fencing. We are thrilled that after nearly a year, the RiseUp Project is nearing completion. With a group of wonderful partners, amazing neighborhood leadership, and generous funders, we have provided a mile of common fencing for Mark West and Larkfield Estates.