Emergency Management Director Christopher Godley Speaks to Resident’s Top Recovery Concerns – March 6, 2019

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Another atmospheric river hit yesterday, fortunately for us in the North Bay, it was concentrated well to south of us and should not significantly affect the Russian River. Still, residents have their hands full with other concerns.
Although the Russian River has receded below flood stage, those affected are still struggling to get their lives back in order. At a community meeting in Forestville Sunday night, around 200 people showed up to learn more about the recovery and pose questions to Sonoma County leaders. After the meeting, reporter Adia White spoke with emergency management director, Christopher Godley, about some of resident’s top concerns
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