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DCCC (unofficial) Minutes

We start the week at 46 degrees this a.m. as the sun breaks the ridge beneath the clouds, less than a month from the summer solstice. Unseasonably cool, we know it will warm up someday. The Dry Creek neighbors met here Saturday for some grass-fed hamburgers as we approach the beginning of fire season - ample fuel after last winter's rains - and to update our contact list. Present were representatives from CDF and the Kaweah Delta Water Conservation District, coordinating water supplies from the Lake Kaweah Enlargement Mitigation Site on Dry Creek for fighting fire. Good to see everyone under relaxed circumstances, providing those within this twelve mile stretch of road an opportunity to get to know one another a little better.

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