Are you and your neighbors prepared for wildfires?

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Dry spring lining up with 2012, 2013’s fire season conditions

By Corinne Westeman

The Evergreen/Conifer area is due for a burn, historically, conjectured Paul Amundson of Evergreen Fire/Rescue. And the more mountain residents are prepared, the more it will pay in dividends down the road, he said.

To that end, local businesspeople and the U.S. Forest Service teamed up with fire mitigation and safety experts to host the Community Wildfire Preparedness Summit on May 2 at Hiwan Golf Club. More than 80 people, many representing their Homeowners Associations, attended.

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