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Page 6 The Cloverdale Reveille June 27, 2019 www.cloverdalereveJlle.com Around the county: programs, classes, surveys and more Community briefs By Heather Bailey Staff Writer Free seminars for disabled veterans and surviving heather@sonomawest.com spouses American veterans with disabilities and their surviving Stream Maintenance Program getting underway spouses can get in-depth information about government The Sonoma County Water Agency (Sonoma Water) began benefits at free monthly seminars held at the Sonoma County stream maintenance activities in or near more than 50 streams Veterans Service Office (VSO), 3725 Westwind Blvd 1st Floor, throughout Sonoma County to restore conveyance capacity and Santa Rosa. maintain proper function of Sonoma Water flood control Call 707-565-5960, to register for the seminars, held on the channels and retain or enhance appropriate habitat, following Wednesdays: "This annual program allows us to maintain the capacity of Veterans Non-Service Related Disability Pension Seminar, our flood control channels through vegetation management first Wednesday of the month from 2 to 4 p.m. and sediment removal, while also encouraging healthy riparian A needs-based benefit for wartime veterans age 65 or older habitat," said Sonoma Water Chairperson David Rabbitt. "It's with limited or no income, who have a permanent and total one of the many ways we work protect our communities and non-service-connected disability. our watersheds." Veterans 100% Service-Related Disability Seminar, second Sonoma Water maintains approximately 75 miles of flood Wednesday of the month from 2 to 4 p.m. control channels. Each spring Sonoma Water performs an New benefit for veterans rated at 100%, permanent and total assessment using a database and geographic information disability, or with individual unemployable status due to a system to monitor stream conditions, prioritize work and service-related disability. document maintenance activities. Surviving Spouse Pension Seminar, third Wednesday of the Sonoma Water urges members of the public to keep clear of month from 2 to 4 p.m. Also called a Death Pension, this is a maintenance activities and equipment as a safety precaution, tax-free monetary benefit, payable to low-income, un- Property owners living near a stream on the list will see work remarried, surviving spouses of a deceased wartime veteran. crews along with maintenance equipment, such as trucks used To meet in-person with VSO staff about veterans benefits, for hauling debris away from the streams, visit our Santa Rosa office during drop-in hours, Monday More information and list of streams can be found at through Thursday, between 8 and 11 a.m. and 1 to 3:30 p.m or, sonomawater.org/stream-maintenance-program/, starting July 9, visit our Petaluma office by appointment on Tuesdays or Thursdays. The main Veterans Service Office is at June 30 deadline to take older Adult Services survey 3725 Westwind Blvd let Floor, Santa Rosa. The second office, June 30 marks the final day that Sonoma County residents the Human Services South County Center, is at 5350 Old can offer input on future programs and services for older Redwood Highway North, Suite 100, Petaluma. adults, seniors, persons with disabilities and caregivers by If you have just a question or two, call us during business completing the Senior Needs Assessment Survey in English or hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 707-565-5960. Spanish. Their input will guide the new plan of action and program funding priorities for the Sonoma County Area Register for free Explore Foster Parenting talks Agency on Aging 2020-24 Area Plan. Every day, 50 to 75 Sonoma County children and teens need Residents can take the anonymous Area Agency on Aging a safe place to live. There's an urgent need for foster parents (AAA) survey online or on paper in Spanish or English: and adoptive families to open their homes to local foster Online in English: research.net/r/SoCo AAA19 children and give them a place they can feel safe, wanted and Online in Spanish: research.net/r/SoCo AAA19 Esp loved, Paper copies are available at senior centers and locations You can: where older adults access services, or by request from the AAA Provide a temporary home as an emergency foster parent at 707-565-5950. Mail completed surveys to the AAA in the or foster parent, envelope provided at no cost. Foster parent a child with the potential of adoption, or The anonymous survey asks residents' to rate topics of most Rent out a room and act as a mentor to an older foster and least concern in areas such as housing, transportation, youth going to school or working. remaining safely at home, and caregiving. Residents can also Learn about whether foster parenting is right for you at identify concerns about aging, including physical and mental Explore Foster Parenting, a one-hour discussion held monthly, health and quality of life, and to indicate where help is needed 6 to 7 p.m at 2255 Challenger Way, Suite 100, Santa Rosa. Dates in areas such as care management, household help and for 2019 are: July 22, Aug. 26, Sept. 23, Oct. 28, Nov. 25 and Dee. managing medications. It also gathers demographics about 16. For information and to reserve a seat, call 707-565-4274. residents who complete the survey to identify concerns that Hear from experienced foster parents and local foster care need special attention for services and support, agencies, including the Sonoma County Human Services With the oversight of its community Advisory Council, the Department Family, Youth and Children's Division, TLC Child Sonoma County Area Agency on Aging makes & Family Services, Alternative Family Services, Lilliput recommendations to the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Families and Seneca. Learn about the different types of foster regarding the needs of older and disabled adults and their parents, so you can choose what could work for your family. caregivers. in As Independence Day Independence Day approaches, the County of Celebrations Sonoma Fire Prevention division would like to remind Every year, people are residents and visitors that all seriously injured, property is fireworks are illegal in damaged, and the risk of unincorporated Sonoma fires increases due to the County. illegal use of fireworks. "Our dry summer According to the National landscape creates a greater Fire Protection Association potential for fires caused by (NFPA), fireworks start an fireworks," said Sonoma average of 18,500 fires per County Fire Marshal, Chief year, including 1,300 James Williams. "We structure fires, 300 vehicle encourage people to go see fires, and nearly 17,000 other fireworks at events put on by fires. professionals so you can Additionally, in 2017, U.S. have fun without putting hospital emergency rooms others at risk." treated an estimated 12,900 If you want to enjoy people for fireworks-related fireworks, the following injuries. public firework events will If you are in an area that take place in Sonoma allows fireworks, please County: follow CalFire's guidelines to July 3 -- Fireworks and help prevent wildfires Music Extravaganza in caused from fireworks by Sebastopol taking the following actions: July 3 -- Windsor Use only State Fire Kaboom! Independence Day Marshal approved fireworks July 4 -- Cloverdale 4th of Never use near dry grass July Fireworks or other flammable July 4-- Healdsburg's 4th materials. of July Fireworks Show Have a bucket of water, July 4 -- Petaluma 4th of sand or garden hose July Celebration available nearby July 4 -- 4th of July For more information on Fireworks Spectacular at the County of Sonoma's Fire Green Music Center, Prevention work, please visit Rohnert Park sonomacounty.ca.gov/PRMD July 4 -- Red, White, and /Fire-Prevention. Boom! Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa July 4 -- Rocket Out of this World, Sonoma Plaza -- Submitted by Maggie July 5 -- Monte Rio Fleming, County of Sonoma i i iii :iu u ii @cl0verdalereveilh #MyNewspaper ~ ~:~ ~ ~ ~ " ~ ~ iiii ii :i iiii ii :iiii PINNACLE CAPITAL mot tgag' Bill Andrew, Financing MLO Lic# 278473 Real Estate Sales & 212 Debbie Andrew, Sales RE Lic# 01729380 Finan@g in One Convenient Location! Your House Could Be Listed Here SOLD TOO! 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