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'Culture Change' May Come For Mill Valley Residents As City Develops Fire Prevention Plan

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'Culture Change' May Come For Mill Valley Residents As City Develops Fire Prevention Plan

'Culture Change' May Come For Mill Valley Residents As City Develops Fire Prevention Plan

The city of Mill Valley is considering an aggressive plan to protect homes in a wildfire that would ban a lot of residential landscaping.

Push back from the community is causing the city council to look for ways to soften the blow.

John Ramos reports.

(6-19-2019)

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