Rent protections have been in place since the start of the pandemic, leaving many small landlords facing economic pressures when it comes to paying their bills. A Cal Fire Battalion Chief also explains how wildfires have evolved during his decades-long career as a firefighter. Plus, we get an update on Merced County’s vaccination efforts and how the health department is monitoring the Delta variant, and summarizing Tahoe’s State of the Lake report from UC Davis.
- CapRadio reporter Chris Nichols discusses the rising economic pressures facing mom-and-pop landlords and how that changes the rental landscape
- Cal Fire Battalion Chief Sean Norman on concerns about this peak wildfire season
- Merced County Health Director Dr. Rebecca Nanyonjo-Kemp provides an update on the county’s vaccination rate and how it’s monitoring the Delta variant of COVID-19
- Director of the Tahoe Environmental Research Center at UC Davis Geoffrey Schladow summarizes Tahoe’s State of the Lake Report