Governor Brown Declares State of Emergency in San Bernardino County Due to Blue Cut Fire

SACRAMENTO – Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today issued an emergency proclamation for San Bernardino County due to the effects of the Blue Cut Fire, which has burned thousands of acres, threatened homes and caused the evacuation of residents.

The full text of the proclamation is below:

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Robb Mayberry

Robb Mayberry is a Public Information Officer for the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. He has assisted in the response and recovery efforts with some of California’s worst disasters, including the San Refugio Oil Spill, the Valley and Butte Wildfires, Aliso Canyon Gas Leak, Erskine Fire, and the Winters Storms of 2017. Prior to public service, he spent 25 years managing the public and media relations for some of Northern California’s largest healthcare organizations.

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  • August 19, 2016 at 9:53 am
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    After speaking with the EDD office, because the effective start date (08/16/16) that Governor Brown stated in his Proclamation of a State of Emergency, EDD is unable to waive the waiting period since they have to start their claims on a Sunday which would be 8/14/16. Because 8/14/16 is before the effective start date (8/16/16) that Governor Brown stated, the waiting period is not being waived. New claims will have to be filed with an effective start date of 8/21/16. However, this will not work for the individuals that missed work from 8/16/16 – 8/18/16 because if the EDD opened a claim to cover these days they would use the effective date of 8/14/16 and the waiting period would still be valid meaning they will not cover the lost wages from 8/16-8/18 because this will be considered the waiting period.

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