One year after a state-overseen prescribed burn re-ignited in high winds and torched 4,100 acres south of Conifer, officials have made several changes to address some of the glitches in procedures and protocols that were apparent during the horrific blaze.
But for victims of the Lower North Fork Fire last March, the changes have amounted to too little, and have come decidedly too late.
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