Bill mandates earthquake prep

Paying attention in Calabasas


 All parts of the country face natural disasters of one kind or another. Most—hurricanes, blizzards and tornados—come with some advance notice, even if it’s brief. But an earthquake strikes without warning and can range from being a mild surprise to a major shakedown that can leave buildings in ruins and families without hope.
To help prepare for the next high-magnitude quake, the California Assembly passed AB 2681 in May. The bill would require the state’s cities to identify buildings at r...

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