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Governor Newsom has declared a state of emergency for eight Southern California counties due to severe winter storms. This includes provisions for potential National Guard deployment, assistance with unemployment benefits, and streamlined processes for out-of-state contractors. California has activated 8,500 emergency response assets to address potential flooding, landslides, and travel disruptions.
The Disaster Relief Fund supports our contractors whose operations may be impacted by the storm. The fund was first put into place in 2005 following the destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina and offers support to members of the electrical contracting industry who have been recently impacted or may be impacted by future disasters.