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June 22, 2022

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hollyroller@gmail.com

Very Good point.
I have never thought about Hillsborough.
I have two friends who lost their homes in the Oakland fire.
The landscape and distance between homes is EXACTLY like the Oakland Fire.
I hope the Hillsborough Fire Dept. is prepared.

resident

I doubt they have enough manpower even with aid from Central County.

Mom

They would have to do a lot of work just to get to a basic level of fire safety and I never see any work happening. They are doing a bunch of sewer and road work but nothing about trees or the stuff on the ground that spread fires rapidly.

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