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District to hold public meeting on wildfire for Lytton residents

Lytton Parish Hall
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July 22, 2014 - 10:37 AM

LYTTON – A public meeting is scheduled for 2 p.m. Tuesday afternoon for Lytton residents to hear more information regarding the Botanie Creek wildfire.

Various agencies involved with the wildfire will attend to answer any questions.

On Monday afternoon the blaze was mapped at 1,389 hectares. Members from B.C. Wildfire say one home has already been lost in the fire.

The meeting will take place at the Parish Hall at 140 – 7 Street.

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