SALINAS VALLEY — National Weather Service has issued flash flood warnings for the River, Carmel and Dolan fire burn scars due to heavy rain in the area, calling it a “life-threatening situation.” Excessive rainfall will result in debris flow moving through the burn areas, and some drainage basins will be impacted. Residents in those areas were advised to evacuate yesterday, and anyone who observes movement of soils should move to higher ground immediately. The stormy weather, which is expected to last through Thursday, has also caused some power outages and road closures. Visit co.monterey.ca.us/winterstorm for more.
BILINGUAL CITY ADDRESS
KING CITY — A bilingual State of the City Address for King City will take place today at 5:30 p.m. online via Zoom. This is the second presentation, as the English-only event was on Jan. 20. Mayor Mike LeBarre, City Manager Steve Adams and Interim Police Chief Keith Boyd will provide an update on the city’s efforts and plans. For those who missed the earlier presentation, this is an opportunity to hear the speakers, or for those who wish to listen in Spanish. There will also be an opportunity for questions. The Zoom link to participate in the meeting is http://bit.ly/3aKaksb.
SPANISH VACCINE MEETING
MONTEREY COUNTY — Monterey County’s Spanish language Covid-19 vaccine town hall is planned for today from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Speakers include Supervisors Luis Alejo and Chris Lopez, Health Department Director Elsa Jimenez, Monterey County Clinics Dr. Alicia Ventura and Agricultural Commissioner Henry Gonzales. Join the meeting via Zoom here or watch on social media and post questions. More information about the vaccine can be found at mtyhd.org/covidvaccine.