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Posted by: thepinetree on 09/07/2021 09:16 AM Updated by: thepinetree on 09/07/2021 09:16 AM
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Caldor Fire's Destruction Maps Shows 994 Structures Destroyed as of This Morning

Grizzly Flats, CA...As the Caldor Fire enters the demobilization and repopulation phase in a growing portion of the fire one of the saddest and stark reminders of what many of our friends, neighbors & some of you will be going through. As of this morning the stark and sobering total is 994 Structures Destroyed. In the map below are photo after photo of homes and memories destroyed. Our hope is with the destruction there can at some point be a sense of renewal and rebirth of homes, dreams and new memories. The link to the sobering map is below...






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Posted on: 2021-09-07 11:30:03   By: Anonymous
 
Our homeowners insurance companies are gonna really like this one! Really bad news, like it’s not already critical.

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    Posted on: 2021-09-07 11:35:50   By: Anonymous
     
    Well if you count hazardous mitigations etc probably average a million per rooftop for total cost to rebuild.

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Posted on: 2021-09-07 12:19:53   By: Anonymous
 
Hoping for stricter, smarter building codes in these fire destroyed forest areas. These haphazardly constructed areas are too great of cost to all California and USA taxpayers. The small properties combined to a few manageable acres with less structures, very sparse, minimal plantings of more fireproof vegetation such as Redwood. Structures built of fireproof materials such as stone, concrete, brick and metal. It would be a complete shame with noting learned, to start filling it up again with instant trailers and modular homes.

Maybe even some thought of the state purchasing the properties and building it back with safer, sparser fireproof building and landscaping practices, then selling it to new homeowners.

Some kind of wiser thought going into rebuilding is needed.

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    Posted on: 2021-09-07 12:30:22   By: Anonymous
     
    I own a rake.

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      Posted on: 2021-09-07 12:49:04   By: Anonymous
       
      Yeah like planting redwoods where they won’t grow!

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    Posted on: 2021-09-07 13:21:51   By: Anonymous
     
    The codes are fine. Get a life. Living has it's risks. If you find that too difficult to deal with, go die.

    BTW Big Basin State Park, it was full of real, live, redwood trees. Virtually every one of them burned last year. I guess we should replace them with concrete and steel too?

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      Posted on: 2021-09-07 15:39:41   By: Anonymous
       
      Of course not!! Reopening the Lumber Mills might be a step in the right direction, particularly with aLL THE REBUILDING GOING ON.

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        Posted on: 2021-09-07 16:17:02   By: Anonymous
         
        As opposed to the fake dead ones. You probably go to strip joints with the sign that reads”dead nude girls “

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