San Diego County has a history of large and devastating wildfires. Whether naturally occurring or man-made, wildfires pose a serious threat to life and property. It is imperative that residents are aware of wildfire risks and that they develop a plan to reduce their potential risk for loss. The Alpine Sheriff’s Station is holding
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The National Weather Service has issued a RED FLAG WARNING for San Diego County Inland valleys beginning at midnight tonight and lasting through Friday (3/3) 6 pm. Area includes all ranger districts of the Cleveland National Forest. East to northeast winds expected with gusts to 50 mph. Low humidity. (*A Red Flag Warning means
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Alpine Fire Chief Bill Paskle accepts a grant check from Jay Koo of FM Global. (From Left to right: Jay Koo of FM Global, Alpine Fire Chief Bill Paskle, Alpine Finance Officer Jean Moore and Alpine Fire Marshal Mary Tedesco.)
Alpine Fire Protection District to Bolster Fire Prevention Efforts
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April 2, 2013
The warm weather has brought the snakes out in Alpine. Alpine is home to three varieties of venomous Rattlesnakes. Use caution when working in the yard and around your home. We are beginning to receive calls about snakes from residents in Alpine.
Please keep in mind that you can call us
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Have you heard the news about the Ramona Airport? The FAA is talking about eliminating the tower operations, meaning removing the air traffic control.
The airport is still open.http://ramona.patch.com/articles/ramona-airport-traffic-control-tower-decision-on-hold and there is a link in that article to another one where we are asked to “send a “short, concise and strong message” to the
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Captain Brian Boggeln, Engineer Scott Champlin and Firefighter Paramedic Mike Miles discuss and demonstrate the use of the Auto Pulse machine (an automatic CPR compression device) on KUSI TV’s Good Morning San Diego on Tuesday February 19, 2013. The Alpine Fire Protection District was able to purchase the device using grant funds (just under
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Please take a moment to read the notice below posted by Denis Larson of the Greater Alpine Fire Safe Council about SUNRISE POWERLINK FIRE MITIGATION GRANTS. Many Alpine residents will find that they qualify for this. My parents live in Campo and they qualified and took advantage of this and it worked out
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Alpine Fire Protection District 1364 Tavern Road Alpine, CA 91901 Phone: 619 445-2635 Fax: 619 445-2634
Alpine Businesses Recent Victims of Fraud Fire Inspections are conducted by Fire Department personnel who wear badges and carry identification cards. If you have reason to doubt that the inspection being conducted is
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REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE ALPINE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
FIRE STATION 17 (MEETING ROOM) 1364 TAVERN RD, ALPINE
TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2013 5:00 P.M. REGULAR MEETING
Jean Moore Finance Officer Alpine Fire Protection District (619) 445-2635 x 301 fax (619) 445-2634 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Fire Prevention Tip of the Month from Alpine Fire Protection District
1-8-13: An estimated 900 portable heater fires in homes are reported to U.S. fire departments each year and cause an estimated 70 deaths, 150 injuries and $53 million in property loss.
Only two percent of heating fires in homes
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