Camp Fire evacuees hope that meeting will help to reduce risk of wildfires

The meeting between city leaders and the Community Planning Assistance of Wildfires Organization will provide a platform to discuss wildfire risk and safety.

Posted: Feb. 21, 2019 3:36 PM
Updated: Feb. 21, 2019 3:36 PM

Speech to Text for Camp Fire evacuees hope that meeting will help to reduce risk of wildfires

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stephanie stephanie redding city leaders are set to meet today to talk about ways to reduce the risk of future wildfires. julia julia boxes action news now reporter had more on the company that's driving this effort. elizabeth ? reporter live yes today city leaders will be meeting with the community planning assistance of wildfires organization right here at city hall to learn more about becoming wildfire smart. vo this comes as the collaboration took its first steps yesterday ... when the organization ... better known as sea-paw .. surveyed the carr fire burn scar. sea-paw is known for helping dozens of communities acorss the nation prepare for wildfires by sharing thier knowledge of fire behavior, forestry, and building plans. but for one woman who lost her home during that devasting fire ... and who still lives in redding .. this may not be enough to make her feel safe. sot full everything that is combustable will combust. vo however, she is happy cpaw is here to help... adding if we can figure out how to go to the moon ... we has hope we can figure out wildfires. reporter again. that meeting will take place here at city hall at 9:30. in redding elizabeth zelidon action news now. julia julia thank you
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