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Wildfire Prevention Summit
Wildfire Prevention Summit

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AIR DATE: September 17, 2012

More than 13,000 Nevada homes are located in extreme or high wildfire danger areas. That includes dozens of homes located in Kyle and Lee Canyons up on Mt. Charleston. Fire officials will be meeting with homeowners next month at a fire prevention summit in Reno,to talk about ways to protect southern Nevada neighborhoods.
 
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Michael Johnson, Assistant Fire Chief, Clark County Fire Dept
Patrick Lee, homeowner in Trout Canyon and Sandy Valley
 
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