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The Zogg Fire started on the afternoon of Sunday, September 27th and burned 56,338 acres.
Zogg Fire Town Hall Meeting - 1/24 3:30 PM
Join us at the Igo Inn on January 24th for a town hall meeting on the Zogg Fire.
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“Brockovich said Friday’s meeting could help people affected by the blaze figure out who to contact next, what to do with their insurance and answer other questions as the investigation plays out.”
“PG&E disclosed Friday that the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, or Cal Fire, had taken some of the company’s electrical equipment near where the 56,338-acre Zogg Fire started Sept. 27.”
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