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  December  26, 2014 Issue: Vol 4 Issue 22 
 
 
NapaLAC HighlightOnly a few days left to apply for earthquake recovery financial assistance
Monday, December 29 is the deadline for homeowners, renters and business owners affected by the earthquake to register for grants or low interest loans through FEMA or the Small Business Administration (SBA). For more information, visit disasterassistance.gov, call 1-800-621-FEMA or visit the Local Assistance Center at 301 First St., in Napa.
 
 
team discussionVolunteers needed to help victims of violent crimes
The Napa County District Attorney’s Office Victim Services Division is seeking the participation of qualified volunteers from the community in an effort to extend services to victims of violent crimes. For more information, please contact Victim Services Manager Yuka Kamiishi at (707) 299-1414 or visit our website.
 
 
Cal FireCAL FIRE recognized by Napa Valley Storytellers
Joy is one thing CAL FIRE doesn’t stop from spreading like wildfire this holiday season.  Napa Valley Storytellers recognizes local CAL FIRE staff for hand delivering donated toys to over 800 underprivileged children in Napa County.  Check out the video here.
 
 
Siamese cat and dog2014 was a great year for the Napa County Animal Shelter!
2014 was a record year for both adoptions from and donations to the Napa County Animal Shelter!  Over 1,000 lucky animals were adopted into new homes and generous donors gave over $32,671.  Click here to see which dogs, cats, bunnies and chickens are available for adoption now.
 
 
candle abstractHappy New Year!
Most Napa County offices will be closed Thursday, January 1, 2015 in in observance of New Year's Day. Some 24-hour facilities will be open. Please call ahead before visiting those facilities to ensure the services you need will be available.
 
 
Rendering new colorsServe your community: Apply to join a board, commission or council by January 2 or 9
Napa County currently has openings on four different boards, commissions and councils providing diverse services to our community.  Applications are due January 2 for the Library Commission, Local Food Advisory Council and Resource Conservation District Board of Directors; January 9 for the Wildlife Conservation Commission.  Visit the Committees, Commissions and Boards page for to find out more.
 
 
2014 BoardThe Next Board of Supervisors meeting is Tuesday, January 6
The next Napa County Board of Supervisors meeting is scheduled for 9 a.m. Tuesday, January 6, in the Board chambers, located at South Campus, 2741 Napa Valley Corporate Drive, Building 2 (in the old Dey Labs complex).  The agenda will be available online the week of January 6.
 
 
 
 
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