I think it is the best time to be in the Bay Area, said Kevin S. Dannemiller, a retired engineer from Santa Clara County.
I just think there is a lot of optimism about it and it’s really good for the economy and people,” he said.
DANNEMILLER, 70, was one of the few people to have lived through the fires in the state’s southern border with California.
In Santa Clara, more than 150 homes and businesses were destroyed in a fire that destroyed a home, two businesses and a school, officials said. “
We had a little bit of a lull, but I think that’s the nature of the beast, and we’re going to get through this and we’ll get through it,” he told reporters Tuesday.
In Santa Clara, more than 150 homes and businesses were destroyed in a fire that destroyed a home, two businesses and a school, officials said.
More than 30,000 people were ordered to evacuate their homes in the San Francisco area and the northern San Jose area.
The fires burned through several counties and forced tens of thousands of people from their homes, including tens of hundreds of evacuees from California.
The U.S. Forest Service said it expects the fires to continue into the weekend, and the agency said it would monitor the situation closely.
In Ventura County, more firefighting crews battled the blaze to contain the flames.
The fire burned through nearly 1,000 acres of farmland, including farmland in San Luis Obispo County, the county fire department said.
Officials said that while there was a lot that could have been done to better prepare for the fires that were spreading, they have made significant progress in fighting them.
“They’re going out and putting out fires, they’re out there.
We’re just making sure they’re safe,” the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.
The Ventura County Fire Department has set up a command post at a farm in Ventura County to coordinate their efforts with the U.N. and federal authorities.
Ventura County has lost about 30,700 acres of land in the fires and lost power to the region.
“I think that if we did what we needed to do in the beginning, we would have had more fires.
We should have done more, and there would have been more fires,” Danneman said.
“But we’re not going to win all of these fights on our own, we’re just going to do a little better in the future.”