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Got Fuel?

The Adams County Record of Council, Idaho

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Anybody watching the news this summer has seen what a wild fire can do when it gets too close to a house. If your house or property has brush, trees or other fuel built up too nearby, it could happen to you.

Adams County has a Fuel Mitigation Program that can reduce or eliminate that fire threat, and it is absolutely free. If you are interested in having work done, all you need to do is call Don Horton at the Courthouse: 253-6125. Don will arrange for Warren Rice to come to your place and talk to you about what can be done and how he would go about it. People who have had work done are very complimentary of Warren's professionalism and respect for their property.

Funding for this program comes from the Federal Government via Title 3, and employs three local men.

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Original Publication Date: July 18, 2012

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