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County report says $285 million upgrade to emergency system helped minimize losses in May wildfires


Last updated 6/18/2014 at Noon

SAN DIEGO COUNTY - Hundreds of millions of dollars in emergency upgrades made over the past decade helped to minimize losses in last month's devastating wildfires and enable a successful response by the County of San Diego, a report states.

On Tues., June 27, County staff prepared and presented to the Board of Supervisors an After Action Report that offers a comprehensive look at how the County responded, the dramatic improvements made since the 2003 wildfires struck the region, and what additional upgrades could be made as the region braces for what appears to be a severe fire season.


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