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Cameron Park included in proposed fire fee change

By From page A1 | March 18, 2013

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THE PROPOSED change area in the 2013 SRA Review of the AEU-24 Planimetric Map shows the current State Responsibility Areas recommended for Local Responsibility Area designation in yellow, with the existing Local Responsibility Area in blue. A large area of Cameron Park would be exempted from the State Fire Prevention Fee starting in 2014 if the changes are approved. Courtesy graphic

A large swath of central Cameron Park would be exempted from the State Fire Prevention Fee starting in 2014 under changes proposed by the local Cal Fire unit. Financial responsibility for wildland fire prevention and suppression would transition from the state to local fire agencies for thousands of parcels in Cameron Park, El Dorado Hills and Rancho Murieta.

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