South Shore prescribed fire operations resume |

South Shore prescribed fire operations resume

Staff reports

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – U.S. Forest Service fuels management crews are scheduled to resume prescribed fire operations Monday near Meyers, on the south side of the intersection of Pioneer Trail and U.S. Highway 50, weather permitting.

In addition, operations may resume in the Angora fire area. Both operations may continue through the week.

Residents and visitors can expect to see smoke from these prescribed fire project areas. Smoke may be visible on U.S. Highway 50 in Meyers, as well as near the Angora fire area. The Forest Service strives to minimize the impacts of smoke on local communities. Smoke-sensitive residents should consider staying indoors and keeping doors, windows and outside vents closed.

To directly receive prescribed fire updates, send an email to Forest Service staff will post road signs around areas affected by prescribed fire, and update the local fire information line at 530-543-2600, #6.

Other federal, state and local fire management agencies may also be conducting prescribed fire work during this period.

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