Future of displaced Camarillo Springs (CA) homeowners on shaky ground

It has been about six months since a series of mud and debris flows damaged homes and property in the Camarillo Springs neighborhood, and residents in the area said they are eager to move on.  Some homeowners, concerned that an impending El Niño could cause more damage than ever before, called for permanent solutions to prevent mudslides on the hills overlooking the neighborhood. Others are anxious to get the permits they need to repair and rebuild their homes.    Read the article……….


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