Sep 06

Open burning concerns

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, CA - JUNE 26: A Smokey the Bear sign is seen as firefighters battle the Angora fire as it approaches homes June 26, 2007 in South Lake Tahoe, California. Firefighters continue to battle the 2,700 acre Angora wildfire near Lake Tahoe that has consumed over 200 structures. The fire is now 40 percent contained. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

The Buchanan Valley Fire Department urges the residents of the first due area (Orrtanna) to use extreme caution and consideration for ALL OUTSIDE BURNING. The conditions are extremely dry and can quickly start a brush fire. We are in the beginning stages of establishing a burn ban. More updated will be posted in the near future.