AHFSC Holds First Public Meeting

Danielle Picciano outlined the FREE home assessment program provided by the RCD.

Beth Burnam emphasized the importance of Firewise Communities.

Haddee Hammoud explained the steps needed to become a Firewise Community.

Concerned residents asked questions.

Agoura Hills Fire Safe Council holds its first Public Meeting.

In an almost filled-to-capacity Agoura Hills Civic Center Community Room, AHFSC introduced itself to the residents of Agoura Hills.

Peter Fehler, President of the AHFSC was accompanied by presenters Haddee Hammoud (LA County Fire Department – Forestry Division), Danielle Picciano (Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains), and Beth Burnam (Firewise Consultant).

The event was attended by Agoura Hills Mayor Pro Tem Penny Sylvester, and Councilmember Jeremy Wolf. Other Councilmembers who wished to attend were restricted due to the Brown Act (AB 339).

The event was attended by residents from a wide spread of Agoura Hills neighborhoods, and residents and representatives from neighboring Calabasas, Malibu, and Westlake Village.

The two-hour event covered past and present top-of-mind concerns that led up to the formation of the Agoura Hills Fire Safe Council. 

The Firewise Communities that are currently forming in Agoura Hills definitely dominated both the recommendations from the presenters and pertinent questions from the public.

The consensus and outcome of the meeting is that Agoura Hills and its residents are taking the initiative to get involved, be proactive, and to be an example fire prevention community.

To learn more about Firewise Communities please CLICK HERE.

Please contact us to find out how you and your community can take advantage of the Agoura Hills Fire Safe Council and our Firewise community programs.

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