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A Los Angeles Daily News article digs into how SBC responded to the recent snow storm.

Updated: Mar 18, 2023

San Bernardino County officials are looking into how well they responded to the winter storms which caused extensive damage, stranded residents and killed one person. Dawn Rowe, chairperson of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, has asked county CEO Leonard X. Hernandez to examine the county's response and publicly report his findings within six months. Hernandez has conceded the county's response may have been lacking, and other officials have praised the county's response. The storms have cost the 10,000 residents of the mountain community of Crestline their only grocery store, and other properties have been damaged. The Governor has declared a state of emergency in 40 of California's 58 counties. Emergency response has been hampered by the widespread severity of the storm and the lack of resources to quickly clear the snow. By mid-September, San Bernardino County should have a report on how to better respond to future disasters. Read the news article by clicking below.

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