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Posted by: thepinetree on 06/03/2019 02:50 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 06/03/2019 02:51 PM
Expires: 06/03/2029 12:00 AM
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CAL FIRE to Conduct Prescribed Fire Project in Salt Springs Valley on June 4th

San Andreas, CA...The CAL FIRE Tuolumne – Calaveras Unit will be conducting a prescribed fire project in the Salt Springs Valley between Copperopolis and Valley Springs on Tuesday, June 4, 2019. The project encompasses 280 acres of grassland. The intent of the project is to reduce the amount of Medusahead Grass, a noxious weed, and to provide live fire training.





Firefighters will be on project for most of the day Thursday and burn all 280 acres if weather and fuel conditions permit. Smoke may be visible during the day Thursday. Six CAL FIRE Engines, one Copperopolis Fire District Engine, one CAL FIRE Hand Crew and one CAL FIRE Bulldozer will be assigned to the project.


Event occurs on 06/04/2019 from All Day to .



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Does anyone know the exact location?
Posted on: 2019-06-03 16:49:11   By: Anonymous
 
Does anyone know where exactly this will happen in the valley?

[Reply ]

    CHEIF JOSHUA WHITE JAILED SOON
    Posted on: 2019-06-04 15:33:27   By: Anonymous
     
    TCU Chief Josh White will soon be going to jail for the crimes Below. $32 mil Sanctions against White Hearing Plumas Ct
    6-14-19 Case #09-00205

    Department of Forestry and Fire Protection v. Howell, 18 Cal.App.5th 154 (2017)
    226 Cal.Rptr.3d 727, 2017 Daily Journal DAR. 11,584 -----------------
    In awarding discovery sanctions, the trial court
    found that beginning in July 2010 and continuing
    through 2013, Cal Fire committed multiple acts that
    amounted to a "gross abuse" of the Civil Discovery
    Act. Specifically, the trial court found that Cal
    **753 Fire investigator Joshua White engaged in
    spoliation when he destroyed his field notes; he
    also created a false "Origin and Cause Investigation
    Report" (the Moonlight report), the false narrative
    of which was injected in the litigation in July 2010
    when Cal Fire provided the Moonlight reportin
    lieu of factual statements-in its response to
    interrogatories; and White continued the same false
    narrative by testifying untruthfully at his deposition
    III ovember 2010. Thus, the trial court concluded
    monetary sanctions as a result of discovery abuses
    began accruing in July 2010 in the form of all
    defense expenses incurred from that point forward,
    including all attorney fees. Moreover, the trial court
    concluded, "[a]ll of Defendants' defense expenses
    are, in one way or another, inextricably intertwined
    with the falsehoods and omissions in the Origin and
    Cause [Investigation] Report."ourt 6-14-19.

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