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'New realities' for L.A. County Fire : Supervisors OK effort to reassess agency's needs in a changing environment.

Dec 05, 2018 - Los Angeles Times

The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a $4.5-million plan Tuesday to reduce the strain on the Los Angeles County Fire Department, which responds to devastating incidents such as the Woolsey fire but also provides 24-hour emergency services across 2,300 square miles.

The supervisors' plan seeks to educate the public and leaders in the 59 municipalities the department serves about the "new realities" in staffing, equipment and facilities -- and to gather their input about their exper...