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LVFPD to host workshop for roofing contractors

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Lake Valley Fire Protection District will host a workshop for roofing contractors who wish to participate in the Hazardous Wood Roof Replacement Grant program.

The workshop will be held Monday and is part of LVFPD’s efforts with the California Office of Emergency Services and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide the grants to eligible homes in the Lake Valley and Meeks Bay Fire Protection Districts.

The Hazardous Wood Roof Replacement Grant program is designed to encourage homeowner’s with hazardous wood roofs to replace them with a full Class A Assembly, non-combustible, non-wood roof, according to a press release.

Participation in the workshop is required to place contractors’ names on the list of contractors that will be given to homeowners who are approved for roof replacement.

The workshop will begin at 5:30 p.m. Monday at Lake Valley Fire Protection District, 2211 Keetak St. in Meyers. To RSVP, contact 530-577-2447 or

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