Compliance with fire regulations slipping in rural areas
#1 Sep 7, 2010
#2 Sep 7, 2010
okay, so a lot of homeowners are not properly maintaining their properties when it come to fire protection, but what about the overpaid firefighters? these same owners are paying astronomically high salaries to these firefighters and all they get from them is being told that they need to clean up their yards? firefighters need to earn their salaries and should be out cleaning up this brush as part of their job responsibilities. it's a no brainier.
#3 Sep 7, 2010
wheres the number to report my neighbor with a mini africa of 8 foot tall rattlesnake grass creeping over my fence
#4 Sep 7, 2010
Most rural areas of Santa Cruz County are protected by paid-call firefighters.
#5 Sep 7, 2010
Due to the long and late rainy season, the weeds and brush are growing very well this year. I mowed my grassy areas in June and again in July. Now in September some of it has grown back two feet high. There have been three distinct crops of different weeds. Even with attention to the problem, nature is being relentless this year.
So, I am going to mow the grasses and weeds a third time....
#6 Sep 7, 2010
I have an idiot neighbor with 20 ft. tall bamboo right against the road for 40 feet. I would ask him to remove it, if I thought he really would. Cal Fire is afraid to ask him, since it is not within 30 ft. of his home. So if it catches fire, all it will do is prevent the other residents from escaping.
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