Jeff Bowman

Former Chief of the San Diego Fire Department

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President Bush  has trumped Southern California’s emergency status with a  declaration  of major disaster.  That means federal grants, temporary housing, unemployment assistance and…

The Fires Continue. Were We Adequately Prepared?

President Bush has trumped Southern California’s emergency status with a declaration of major disaster.  That means federal grants, temporary housing, unemployment assistance and…

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