Local officials weigh in on governor’s wildfire emergency declaration

March 31, 2019by ncdea

CALIFORNIA,Calaveras County RCD – Calaveras County Resource Conservation District (RCD) Executive Director Gordon Long said “it was disappointing” that the governor’s list of projects did not include any work in the Mother Lode.

“This is very surprising since we have so many communities at risk that are considered high fire risk,” Long said, adding that Calaveras County itself has 35 high-fire-risk communities.

“Our only hope is to educate and impress upon our state leaders that our Central Sierra counties are in dire need of increased pace and scale of fuels-reduction projects.”
Source: Local officials weigh in on governor’s wildfire emergency declaration | Calaveras County’s Most Trusted News Source | calaverasenterprise.com

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