Dry Creek poses a threat to landowner...

Dry Creek poses a threat to landowners. meeting being called

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valerie whitworth

Winters, CA

#1 Aug 24, 2015
there will be a meeting at 106C Main Street in Winters on August26 at 7pm for one hour. The purpose is to start communicating on efforts to stop erosion on Dry Creek, the main tributary to Putah Creek. Fire and new development will create more erosion. we hope to build partnerships with the state and city and citizens to address the issues.
Drowned Rat

Vacaville, CA

#2 Aug 27, 2015
Never, ever buy a piece of property located near a geographical entity named "Dry" Creek. The El Niņo cometh!

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