Supervisors approve over $1M in fire suppression grants
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved receiving more than $1.09 million in grants for fire suppression activities, including defensible space and training.
Board Chairman Nathan Fletcher said wildfire prevention and
suppression activities “protect San Diegans, preserve property, and
keep our communities safe.
“Annually as a county we aggressively pursue state and federal funds to help underwrite the costs associated with these emergency services,” Fletcher added. “I am excited that our team has successfully secured one million dollars more to put toward this worthy fight.”