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SuperScoopers from Canada augment county's firefighting capabilities

August 7, 2020 by Scott Steepleton, Editor News, Police-Fire, Local Government, Community

In about three weeks, two SuperScoopers on loan from the government of the Canadian province of Quebec arrive at Van Nuys Airport to assist the Los Angeles County...

SuperScoopers from Canada augment county's firefighting capabilities

August 7, 2020 by Scott Steepleton, Editor News, Police-Fire, Local Government, Community

In about three weeks, two SuperScoopers on loan from the government of the Canadian province of Quebec arrive at Van Nuys Airport to assist the Los Angeles County...

SuperScoopers from Canada augment county's firefighting capabilities

August 7, 2020 by Scott Steepleton, Editor News, Police-Fire, Local Government, Community

In about three weeks, two SuperScoopers on loan from the government of the Canadian province of Quebec arrive at Van Nuys Airport to assist the Los Angeles County...

SuperScoopers from Canada augment county's firefighting capabilities

August 7, 2020 by Scott Steepleton, Editor News, Police-Fire, Local Government, Community

In about three weeks, two SuperScoopers on loan from the government of the Canadian province of Quebec arrive at Van Nuys Airport to assist the Los Angeles County...

Safety commission cool to Malibu emergency siren system

by Michele Willer-Allred, Staff Reporter News, Police-Fire, City, Local Government, Community

Malibu Public Safety Commission members said they found responses by residents “troubling” in a survey intended to help with a community wildfire protection plan in Malibu.

During a meeting held via Zoom on Aug. 5, commissioners noted that...

Woolsey Fire investigative report going to attorneys

by Scott Steepleton, Editor News, Police-Fire

The state attorney general has agreed to hand over nearly the entire California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection investigative report on the Woolsey Fire to attorneys for victims and defendants...

Police Reports: A baby stroller is not a safe-deposit box

by Michele Willer-Allred, Staff Reporter News, Police-Fire

July 29

A $400 jackhammer, a $300 blow fan, a $200 weedwacker and a $200 vacuum, were among the items stolen from a residence on Blue Dane Lane. The alleged victim stated that around noon, he noticed his tools were missing from inside the...