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California Conservation Corps may clear Woodbridge Wilderness Area

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Posted: Wednesday, July 7, 2010 12:00 am

Craig Ogata’s mission as San Joaquin County’s Parks and Recreation director is to find people to remove some dry brush in the Woodbridge Wilderness Area, preferably at no cost to county taxpayers.

All five members of the Board of Supervisors agree that the wilderness area is a major fire hazard that needs immediate attention, but these are the same five supervisors who voted two weeks ago to not spend $50,000 to clear up the brush, which backs up to several homes in the River Meadows and Del Rio subdivisions in Woodbridge.

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