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How do people without computers or computer skills stay informed?

Bruce Bader outside Redding City Limits
August 23, 2018, 4:51 PM

Everyone does not have a computer, or computer skills, so how do they get information on what they are supposed to be doing in a timely manner?

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City Manager's Office 11 months ago

All of the television and radio stations in the area receive press releases and develop their stories accordingly. KRCR and Action News have been good about getting information out on tv. Record Searchlight has reported on different processes we are developing as well. If you are unable to get on the internet, watch television, listen to the radio, or read the newspaper, there are still other options.

The Debris Removal Operations Center is at 1300 Hilltop (rear portion of the Bank of America building) where representatives from CalOES, CalRecycle, City of Redding and Shasta County are available to walk you through the process of removing debris and filling out the proper paperwork.

The Disaster Recovery Center is in the old Kmart building on Hilltop and has reps from FEMA, CalOES and about 20 other agencies who are all available to help get residents signed up for aid and resources, apply for missing documents, provide assistance with insurance, health care, mental health and a variety of other programs that they may need at this time.

 


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