Volunteers are trained and receive pay when deployed to protect the community, which may be up to 30 days.
Restrictions go into effect May 25.
Settings automatically turn off power within one-tenth of a second when a hazard on powerline is detected.
Possible shutoffs on Oct. 11 and 12.
Erratic winds and any cloud-to-ground lighting strikes have the potential of starting new wildfires.
Legislation would support growers with crops impacted by smoke exposure.
The hearing, led by State Assemblyman Robert Rivas, included speakers who talked of the effects on agricultural workers, farms and farmlands, economic impacts, and agriculture-based wildfire mitigation opportunities.
Members deployed to provide shelter, food and medical services to those affected by regional wildfires.
The SCU Lightning Complex Fire has burned 368,671 acres and is 35% contained as of 7:33 a.m. The air quality remains poor with sensitive groups being at risk.
Agency expects an increase in wildfire severity based on forecasted climate.
Order serves as a reminder of basic precautions to reduce wildfires that apply to BLM-managed public lands, areas, roads, waterways and trails.
Hollister fire chief says city has backup generators, but residents should take precautions.
Classes have also been canceled for Friday, Nov. 16.
San Benito County residents to stay indoors if they have breathing disorders.