McDaniel, Josh
August 2007
Fire Chief;Aug2007 Supplement, Vol. 51, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports on the destruction brought by the Aspen Fire that encourages the legislators and insurers to develop a code for the prevention and protection of fires in Summerhaven, Arizona. However, the report revealed that the Forest Service budget was reduced, which is supposedly for the environmental programs including wildlife habitat restoration, recreation and community assistance. It also made local politicians aware of the needs for the restrictions and building codes.


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