Jonathan Ingram, Candidate for County Supervisor speaks about Highland Fire

Candidate for County Supervisor Jonathan Ingram, center, speaks with homeowners whose houses were destroyed by the Highland Fire Monday, Oct. 30 in Aguanga. Anza Valley Outlook/Diane Sieker photo
AGUANGA - Amidst the chaos of the Highland Fire, many residents had to evacuate rapidly, leaving their animals and livestock behind. “It has been made very clear by residents that the unique needs of our rural communities have not been addressed. Limited access routes and resources and the lack of an emergency evacuation plan cause unnecessary chaos and confusion during incidents like the Highland Fire,” said Jonathan Ingram, Candidate for County Supervisor. “These communities, whose residents also pay taxes, have been gravely overlooked when it comes to resources and emergency planning. Your tax dollars belong in your community. As always, thank you to Cal Fire, the Sheriff’s Department, California Highway Patrol, and the many other partner organizations who were away from their
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