NAPA (CBS SF) — More help is on the way for people who suffered losses in the South Napa earthquake.

On Monday afternoon, the city and county of Napa will open a one-stop shop at First Street and Silverado Trail to help locals.

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Business owners and homeowners will be able to get info about building permits, money and food help, and other resources.

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The new aid comes a little more than two weeks after the largest Bay Area shaker in 25 years. About 150 buildings are red-tagged and more than a thousand yellow-tagged.

Meanwhile, San Francisco is considering new rules requiring private schools to upgrade earthquake safety measures.

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Right now, private schools don’t have to meet the same standards as public ones. Under the proposal, the schools would have to foot the bills for any necessary work.