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Russia Releases Footage of US Forces Deployed at ISIS Sites in Deir Ezzor

#US Special Operations Forces (#SOF) units enable US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (#SDF) units to smoothly advance through the ISIS formations.

Facing no resistance of the ISIS militants, the #SDF units are advancing along the left shore of the #Euphrates towards #Deir_ez_Zor.

The aerial photos made on September 8-12 over the ISIS locations recorded a large number of American #Hummer vehicles, which are in service with the #America‘s #SOF.

The shots clearly show the US SOF units located at strongholds that had been equipped by the ISIS terrorists. Though there is no evidence of assault, struggle or any US-led coalition airstrikes to drive out the militants.

Despite that the US strongholds being located in the ISIS areas, no screening patrol has been organized at them. This suggests that the #US_troops feel safe in terrorist controlled regions.

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POWER GRID? SCVWD FLOODING?

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — When California ramps up legal production of recreational marijuana, will the state’s energy grid be able to meet demand? That was the focus of a special meeting in San Francisco between marijuana farmers, utilities and state regulators. CPUC President Michael Picker warned the grid doesn’t have the capacity to generate 1…

via CPUC Concerned About Marijuana Legalization’s Impact On Power Grid — CBS San Francisco

Va just like @SCVWD

Stephen McMenamin and his wife, Hanna McMenamin, checked into the Veterans Administration hospital for care last week. (Stephen is a former Marine and was seeking treatment for lower back pain.) But the pair was shocked by what they found. In a lengthy post on Facebook, Hanna articulated what she saw. The man in the wheelchair…

via The VA hates these viral photos from the Durham VA hospital, but people won’t stop sharing them — RareRare

SCVWD @VALLEYWATER FLOODS

San Jose flood update: 14,000 ordered to evacuate overnight; Highway 101 closed
The evacuation includes homes along Coyote Creek plus an additional 250 feet, from the southwest side of 101 to north of 280.


your water district at work not @SCVWD @valleywater thank you for wasted millions https://i0.wp.com/www.mercurynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/citymap.jpg?w=620&crop=0%2C0px%2C100%2C9999px …

http://www.foxnews.com/…/5-rescued-from-swollen-creek…

#SCVWD #valleywater

Göeltz Paul condos across william st park http://abc7news.com/…/new-mandatory…/1766894/

A note of correction for you…Anderson is still not fixed and is limited to 50% capacity. It is due to be demolished in 2017 and rebuilt. I am not holding my breath that the work will even commence in 2017.

http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/02/18/santa-clara-county-anderson-reservoir-set-to-overflow/

https://pgoeltz.wordpress.com/2015/12/22/scvwd-how-do-you-sleep-night/

#SCVWD #VALLEYWATER

http://www.ksbw.com/article/northbound-lanes-of-highway-101-shut-down-in-morgan-hill/8960616

the city and @scvwd meet each yr to work out sharing, info, clean up, cost etc, etc, problem is the 2.47am email from scvwd was disregarded by scvwd who knew this was too much water, and the city both who did nothing, i hope they sue the sxxx out of the city, scvwd clean the slate, get directors and staff that want to do something for the ppl. not build new board rooms for 3 million which they approved during drought last yr? investigation? here is overhead footage of william st park shame even a ex director got hit.https://www.youtube.com/watch?… Maybe time to stop pointing fingers and take blame @scv wd and city of san jose both have EOC million dollar ones but nothing happens, as Dick Santos said we know it floods there….. “Mark Hansen • 2 days ago
If this amount of runoff hasn’t been seen in many decades then the planners and hydrologists would have a hard time figuring out where the flood prone areas along the rivers and streams would be vulnerable to overflow and flooding. I didn’t hear one mention of Santa Clara Valley Water District in this story. It’s their job to clean the creeks and remove debris every year. A lot of ‘water tax’ money is spent every year to do so. Where was the Murky News reporter who is supposed to know this and why didn’t the reporter ask some questions and get some response from the SCVWD spokesperson? The District was surely watching the creek levels with their remote monitoring SCADA system. They are responsible for getting the raw creek level information out to the City of San Jose and all other concerned agencies. frm sjmn”
yes they get millions to clean crks, but they dont clean a thing its done by volunteers.

You would think after 90 plus yrs the district and a bit the city would stop building right next to creeks floodplain?
but we all know the salaries, payouts and lawsuits cost the district millions in tax $ are, your tax dollars. Funny clean safe creeks gets 40 million and they use volunteers to clean the crk, with all their new trucks, cranes etc, the flooding, mess and encampments would be less, but guess what you will be paying them billions as the dams fall apart and if they ever do a real audit, not just line items, you will see the waste, and wonder why this did not go to their mission> whatever happened….http://www.sanjoseinside.com/2015/09/…

SANTA CLARA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT FLOODING

       SANTA CLARA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT FLOODING

http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/02/22/san-jose-flood-mayor-clear-failure-delayed-warning/

from SJMN “If this amount of runoff hasn’t been seen in many decades then the planners and hydrologists would have a hard time figuring out where the flood prone areas along the rivers and streams would be vulnerable to overflow and flooding. I didn’t hear one mention of Santa Clara Valley Water District in this story. It’s their job to clean the creeks and remove debris every year. A lot of ‘water tax’ money is spent every year to do so. Where was the Murky News reporter who is supposed to know this and why didn’t the reporter ask some questions and get some response from the SCVWD spokesperson? The District was surely watching the creek levels with their remote monitoring SCADA system. They are responsible for getting the raw creek level information out to the City of San Jose and all other concerned agencies.”
right the have gauges on a system SCADA that transmits water level at bridges etc, but who was monitoring that?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?… look at the mess created by @scvwd

 

http://www.sanjoseinside.com/2017/02/21/flooding-in-san-jose-prompts-evacuations-rescue-missions/

San Jose flood update: 14,000 ordered to evacuate overnight; Highway 101 closed – your water district at…

http://www.ksbw.com/…/coyote-creek-levee-breaks…/8961084

your water district at work not @SCVWD @valleywater thank you for wasted millions https://i0.wp.com/www.mercurynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/citymap.jpg?w=620&crop=0%2C0px%2C100%2C9999px …

http://www.foxnews.com/…/5-rescued-from-swollen-creek…

#SCVWD #valleywater

Göeltz Paul condos across william st park http://abc7news.com/…/new-mandatory…/1766894/

A note of correction for you…Anderson is still not fixed and is limited to 50% capacity. It is due to be demolished in 2017 and rebuilt. I am not holding my breath that the work will even commence in 2017.

http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/02/18/santa-clara-county-anderson-reservoir-set-to-overflow/

https://pgoeltz.wordpress.com/2015/12/22/scvwd-how-do-you-sleep-night/

#SCVWD #VALLEYWATER

http://www.ksbw.com/article/northbound-lanes-of-highway-101-shut-down-in-morgan-hill/8960616

@valleywater flooding waste

http://www.sanjoseinside.com/2017/02/21/flooding-in-san-jose-prompts-evacuations-rescue-missions/#comment-1641459

 

Flooding in San Jose Prompts Evacuations, Rescue Missions

After days of storms dumped record rainfall throughout Northern California, the Anderson Reservoir filled to the brim Monday and sent water roaring down the concrete spillway and into Coyote Creek. The rising waters prompted daring rescues and forced evacuations of homes, encampments and office buildings in parts of the South Bay.

San Jose declared a “local emergency” Tuesday as rivers surged and flooded neighborhoods, stretches of freeway, homeless settlements and Happy Hollow Zoo.

(Photo by Chris Smead, via Friends of San Jose Firefighters)

More than 100 people who live around Senter Road and Phelan Avenue had to leave their homes after the muddy waters submerged their cars and rose halfway up their front doors. Rescue boats went from house to house in the Nordale community, picking up people who were trapped in their homes. By late Tuesday, Coyote Creek had begun to flood houses throughout downtown along Williams and Santa Clara streets.

San Jose police also ordered the evacuation of more than 300 Santa Clara County employees as offices for CalWORKS and In-Home Support System in South San Jose filled with water. Overflow from the Guadalupe River flooded a parking garage Monday night at Mineta San Jose International Airport, but was pumped out by the next morning.

(Photo by Craig Allyn Rose)

San Jose, home to one of the nation’s largest populations of unsheltered homeless people, dispatched rescue teams on boats and a helicopter to creekside homeless camps overwhelmed by the swollen waterways.

Firefighters rescued several homeless people stranded along Coyote Creek by the Los Lagos Golf Course on Tuesday morning, as dozens of other people climbed trees and scrambled up the riverbanks to escape the rushing waters.

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Outreach workers have been visiting homeless encampments throughout San Jose to spread word about the floods and where people can find emergency shelter—at James Lick High School, 57 N. White Road.

The city is also running temporary evacuation shelters at the Roosevelt, Shirakawa and Mayfair community centers. Click here for the latest update on the city’s emergency weather alert landing page. To find out if your house is in a flood zone, click here.

(Photo by Tam Nguyen)

The Santa Clara County Office of Supportive Housing declared an inclement weather episode, which means an additional 292 shelters beds will be made available in various locations through Saturday morning.

VTA is assisting with these evacuations. Some buses will be taken out of service in other parts of town. minor service disruption expected. https://twitter.com/SanJoseInfo/status/834145745620127745 

The Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) has been transporting people for evacuations, which may lead to some service disruptions. Other VTA bus lines were rerouted to avoid flood zones and road closures.

As people gathered their belongings and fled their homes Tuesday, emergency responders hosed down anyone who came in contact with the floodwater, which is coursing with gasoline, sewage, oil and other chemicals.

The Santa Clara Valley Water District has set up six sites for people to pick up sandbags, and the agency noted that there are 18 additional stations managed by local cities.

The American Red Cross put out a call for volunteers who want to help evacuate and relocate people throughout the city. The nonprofit’s South Bay office is located at 2731 N. First St., in San Jose. The Red Cross phone number is 877.727.6771.

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Jennifer Wadsworth is a staff writer for San Jose Inside and Metro Newspaper. Email tips to jenniferw@metronews.com or follow her on Twitter at @jennwadsworth.

One Comment

  1. You would think after 90 plus yrs the district and a bit the city would stop building right next to creeks floodplain?
    but we all know the salaries, payouts and lawsuits cost the district millions in tax $ are, your tax dollars. Funny clean safe creeks gets 40 million and they use volunteers to clean the crk, with all their new trucks, cranes etc, the flooding, mess and encampments would be less, but guess what you will be paying them billions as the dams fall apart and if they ever do a real audit, not just line items, you will see the waste, and wonder why this did not go to their mission> whatever happened….http://www.sanjoseinside.com/2015/09/23/water-district-chair-calls-for-da-to-investigate-conflicts-of-interest-alleged-improper-billing/

     

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