MONTECITO, Calif. - Millions of dollars will be spent to rebuild Montecito roads.
The Board of Supervisors dedicated $10.1 million Monday to repair roads that were damaged during the 2018 mudslides.
The money is part of a more than $28 million settlement with Southern California Edison.
The utility's equipment started the Thomas Fire, which later triggered the mudslides.
The funding will go towards 60 sections of road that are considered a high-priority.