The Operations Manager’s annual report, presented at the Meeting of the Members on March 22, 2015, is now available. It covers progress made in 2014, and budgeted projects and plans for 2015. You can find it in pdf format here.
Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) has donated eight Scotch Broom pullers—tools used to remove this invasive species from properties—to the Santa Clara County Fire Safe Council.
Redwood Estates Services Association (RESA) has volunteered to administer the loan of six small and two large pullers to residents of the Lexington Hills CWPP (Community Wildfire Protection Plan), and to any of our mountain neighbors.
If you’ve never used one, you can visit the manufacturer’s website to view this tool in action.
Please contact the RESA Operations Manager, Jeff Bates, at the RESA office, 408-353-1866, or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule the pickup and return of this handy tool.
Visit the Santa Clara County FireSafe Council website for more information regarding wildfire prevention.