Weed LTRG to City Council Report 9/14/17
posted about 3 years ago by WeedLTRG from Weed Long Term Recovery Group
As funding for staffing the LTRG Case Management, Volunteer Coordinator and Construction Coordinator winds down to a close this fall, there is less to report. Most case work is focused on Habitat for Humanity families with logistics such as setting up their power and water accounts, finalizing insurance coverage, and communicating with Siskiyou Habitat for Humanity about the status of the title paperwork and payments. Several households not involved with Siskiyou Habitat for Humanity have asked for volunteer help and have been referred to the Volunteer Coordinator.
The last delivery of sandy soil is planned to be completed by 9/17/17. Case Management is coordinating documentation and working with the Resources Committee members to complete this service to those Boles Fire survivors who had registered to receive it.
By the end of September, remaining volunteer groups will be coordinated by and working through Habitat for Humanity on their designated projects.
The Weed Presbyterian Church is having two celebration events and invites the public to attend: 1. Friday September 15th from 3pm until 5pm they are hosting those who worked on the fire and those who worked to rebuild plus city and county officials. 2. Sunday September 17th a worship service starting at 10:30 am followed by a tour of the facility and a dinner.
Fiscal Report The Weed Long Term Recovery Group and the Board of Directors of Shasta Regional Community Foundation have recommended the disbursement of the remaining funds in the Shasta Regional Community Foundation’s Community Disaster Relief Fund for Boles Fire (a total of $72,512.55) be granted to the Weed Recreation and Parks District towards the rebuild of the Weed Community Center. A check presentation will be made at the September 14, 2017 council meeting. An itemized list of all disbursements from the Community Disaster Relief Fund is available at the Shasta Regional Community Foundation website Grant Report.
The Board of Directors of United Way of Northern California meets next on September 27, 2017 to address the balance of their Boles Fire Relief Fund.
Shasta Regional Community Disaster Relief Fund Funds Raised to Date by SRCF $641,356.97 Grants Recommended/Disbursed ($650,338.55) Subtotal ($8,981.58) Refunds $8,981.58 Funds Remaining Today 0
United Way of Northern CA Total donations to Boles Fire Relief Fund $202,378.02 Total Grants to Date ($71,770.00) Total Balance Remaining $130,608.02
Upcoming meetings • The LTRG is scheduled to hold their last public meeting on Tuesday, October 10th at 2 pm in the Community Room at Great Northern Services, 310 Boles Street.
Contact info through September 30, 2017: • Case Manager Andrea Herr at 530 408-0012; firstname.lastname@example.org • Construction Coordinator: Patrick (Pat) Olson : 530 925-1426; email@example.com • Volunteer Team Coordinator: Brenda Duchi: 530 408-0023; firstname.lastname@example.org • Calendar and updates posted at www.weed.recovers.org • Weed Recovers LTRG tab is on the City’s website home page updated with important information as it becomes available. www.ci.weed.ca.us
More information can be found through the Weed Press online at http://www.mtshastanews.com
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