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Posted by: thepinetree on 09/29/2015 12:01 AM Updated by: thepinetree on 09/29/2015 12:08 AM
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The Butte Fire Mountain Ranch Community Meeting Video 9/28/15

Mountain Ranch, CA...We attended the Butte Fire Mountain Ranch Community Meeting at ground zero of much of the destruction of the Butte Fire. It is also where you see a great outpouring of community spirit helping those who have lost so much to start working their way back to normalcy. Our video picks up just after Cal-Fire had given their update and where community members talk of their efforts and needs. Similar subject matter as the San Andreas meeting but now details are being fleshed out and next week actual work starts on debris and hazardous materials removal starts. We saw several local contractors there speaking with CalRecyle reps and getting things lined up so they can help with the big clean up before the rebuilding can begin.



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Posted on: 2015-09-29 12:32:21   By: Anonymous
 
this post is all about community coming together, yet thepinetree's top post supports tearing the community apart with lawsuits. Despicable.

Get a life pinetree. We don't need no stinkin' pandering to attorneys at this time. You remind me of the republicans after Hurricane Katrina.

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    Posted on: 2015-09-29 19:00:59   By: Anonymous
     
    Hang in the Mountain Ranch people!!!
    Ignore the above poster who is obviously a hateful disgruntled low life demonrat. If you need legal representation get some. Airolia's are good people. PG&E and the insurance vultures are out to screw you. I've already been told by the insurance company won't cover this and we cover that, and my property only got singed compared to many of you people that lost everything.

    Hang in there people. It only gets better form here!!!!

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      Posted on: 2015-09-29 19:42:42   By: Anonymous
       
      What a helpful list.
      I bought several things off of it today,
      The box is being delivered by a good Samaritan as I can't go near the burn area.
      Keep adding to the list as different needs may arise.
      I have a copy in my car.
      Hang in there. You are not forgotten.
      BTC


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      Posted on: 2015-09-29 20:07:15   By: Anonymous
       
      go ahead, build your individual silos with your penalty money. When you do the community dies. And next time a lightening strike starts a wild fire you won't have anyone to turn to.

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    Re:ataboy
    Posted on: 2015-09-29 19:54:20   By: Anonymous
     
    But the libs are the one who let the dope in-bottom line it funny how it's all somebody fault- I put in grow sites all over up that part of the county ther same people call with a dozer to save there crops- didn't pay the taxes in this county to move the dust - because more 50 yards- now its gone- sad yes- but they should not make out because of this- the heart and soul which is logger and ranchers should- not them they have rape that part of the county-log it graze it r wait and watch it burn------it really sad to see this as I'm 5th generation----

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    Posted on: 2015-09-29 20:13:37   By: Anonymous
     
    Get a life. Do you honestly think insurance companies will pay for damages without dragging their feet every inch of the way? They will try to get out of every damage you have. People who have lost everything need legal representation to get what they have paid for in insurance premiums for years.

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Donate
Posted on: 2015-09-29 13:09:58   By: Anonymous
 
Who do we contact for these donations?
I have someone wanting to donate the money to buy some of this stuff. But needs to go through somewhere or to someone.
didn't want to just donate to the other organizations want to make sure it goes to this stuff

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    Re: Donate
    Posted on: 2015-09-29 15:13:04   By: Anonymous
     
    Mountain Ranch Community Club is a federally recognized non-profit (501c3) community group and has been around for many, many years. They will make sure your monetary donations go to the hardest hit people. Make sure you put Butte Fire on the memo line. Mail to: Mountain Ranch Community Club, 8049 Washington St, Mountain Ranch, CA 95246. Thank you for your generosity .

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      Re: Donate
      Posted on: 2015-09-30 00:42:21   By: Anonymous
       
      Hi Mom.

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    Re: Donate
    Posted on: 2015-09-30 14:58:53   By: Anonymous
     
    The Calaveras County Assocation of Realtor has a CCAR Charitie branch which is a 501c(3) corporation. Donations can be sent to CCAR Charities, 1270 B. Suzanne Drive, Angels Camp, CA 95222.
    We have been working to obtain travel trailers for those folks with no where to stay and so far have managed to obtain 5 of them. We were one of the agencies at the CLAC held at the government center, helping find rentals, providing free credit reports and giving out gift cards. Red Cross was actually sending fire victims to us for gift cards!. We have found furniture for those that got a rental but still need to furnish it. Whatever we can do, we will do and all donations go to Calaveras County victims of the Butte Fire with the Calaveras County Asso. of Realtors covering any administrative costs.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2015-09-30 05:11:22   By: Anonymous
 
I'm not signing my name, so it's not bragging. I've donated about $300 cash, a little here, (then found out my wife did like wise, good hearted little love of mine) a little there and the money tree looks like winter hit her hard now. But I do have some a few large propane tanks, extra work gloves and some brand new work pants from the job I recently had left. I will be showing up today I believe, and bring stuff by. As for folding laundry, It would look better in a pile then me attempting to fold them.
This is my community and unlike some of the grumpy, greedy, rude, selfish (and Lordy knows what else) individuals above, I will help my neighbors. There are truly some wonderful people here, and this tragedy has shown us some of those people.

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    Posted on: 2015-09-30 10:35:14   By: Anonymous
     
    It's my community too you massive self serving Dbag!

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No Subject
Posted on: 2015-09-30 13:55:10   By: Anonymous
 
well hell could use all those things let me give you my shopping list and buy the way could use someone to do my laundry too.What a scam!Seams like a free ride for anyone that can get on board.And most you people know these people didn't have anything anyway just taking advantage of the do gooders.

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    Posted on: 2015-09-30 15:02:16   By: Anonymous
     
    Hopefully you will never be in their position. They may have had little but at least they were able to manage with the little they had. Now they have nothing and need the help of the rest of us. The men cannot work because they have no tools anymore. The kids had no clothes, no toys, no school supplies. The list is a long one and they all should be considered worthy of a helping hand
    Do unto others as you would want them to do unto you.,

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