Tom Fayram

deputy director of Santa Barbara County’s water resources and flood control district

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Tom Fayram on KCRW

How should we rebuild? What could local officials have done to better prepare residents? How can we help victims and their families?

Fires, mudslides and recovery

How should we rebuild? What could local officials have done to better prepare residents? How can we help victims and their families?

from The 805

Many are questioning why much of the damage occurred within the Voluntary Evacuation Zones, and whether emergency alerts delivered to cell phones actually worked properly.

Did the emergency alerts work?

Many are questioning why much of the damage occurred within the Voluntary Evacuation Zones, and whether emergency alerts delivered to cell phones actually worked properly.

from The 805

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