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Firesafe Spokane website debuts

— A new website has been created to provide the public a comprehensive one stop source for detailed fire related information. This is a joint venture between Firesafe Spokane, a non-profit organization and Gibby Media Group Inc. a small business committed to the region.

The websites are designed to help create a safer environment by providing vital information to the public to help them to implement fuel modification and defensible space procedures, to reduce losses and costs associated with wildfire disasters.

With the conditions in our region going into a dry spell the high volume of fire fuels available, another firestorm in our area could occur like the one we had in 1991. The new website contains a five minute video about defensible space, a simple 10-step program to help homeowners, current information on fire issues, weather links, comprehensive weblinks to local, regional and national agencies. It also features a historical music video produced in 1991 by Lon Gibby to remind everyone of what it was like to live through a firestorm.

Bill Wilburn, Executive Director of Firesafe Spokane stated, "This website is designed to provide the public a one stop location to be able to access vital information and weblinks that can help save lives and property. Statistics show that it is just a matter of time before we face another firestorm in this region". It is important the public knows of this new resource. The websites are www.firestormspokane.org or www.firestormspokane.net.

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