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  • Draft Mental Health Services Act Three Year Plan available for comment

    This FY18-20 MHSA 3-Year Program and expenditure Plan for Monterey County has been created to satisfy funding requirements set forth by Welfare and Institution Code (WIC) 5847 and authorized by the California Mental Health Service Oversight and Accountability Commission. The intended purpose of this document is to provide residents, stakeholders and service providers with an overview of planned MHSA funded activities in Monterey County over FY18 -20.

    8/23/2017 4:42:24 PM

  • Draft Mental Health Services Act Three Year Plan available for comment

    This FY18-20 MHSA 3-Year Program and expenditure Plan for Monterey County has been created to satisfy funding requirements set forth by Welfare and Institution Code (WIC) 5847 and authorized by the California Mental Health Service Oversight and Accountability Commission. The intended purpose of this document is to provide residents, stakeholders and service providers with an overview of planned MHSA funded activities in Monterey County over FY18 -20.

    8/23/2017 4:42:00 PM

  • Beach Advisory Lifted: Stillwater Cove, Pebble Beach

    Stillwater Cove was posted with an advisory due to high indicator bacteria found in samples taken 08/21/2017. Follow up samples reveal that bacteria have subsided to levels considered safe for recreational contact.

    8/23/2017 3:53:00 PM

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Power Outage Guidelines for Food Safety at Retail Establishments During Temporary Power Outages

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The California Department of Public Health, Food and Drug Branch developed a guidance document for the retail food industry on what to do before, during and immediately after a power outage. The focus is on the action steps to take for potentially hazardous foods (PHF), which are those foods that can support the rapid growth of microorganisms at temperatures between 41°F and 135°F.  Your local environmental health agency is primarily responsible for enforcing the current California Retail Food Code (CalCode) and may have additional information for your specific situation.

See the full document here: Food Safety During Temporary Power Outages

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