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Community - January 2, 2019

Disaster plan for large animals? Right now it's up to you

by Maggie Mah

Fire has always been a concern in California, but periods of heightened awareness were largely confined to the driest summer months. The massive all-consuming fires in the North Bay in 2017 and in Butte County late last year have jolted everyone out of any complacency, and Gov. Jerry Brown said recently that Californians should expect major wildfires to break out year-round, stating: "This is not the new normal. It's the new abnormal."

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