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Breckenridge HOAs recognized for fire prevention

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Six Breckenridge homeowner’s associations have taken action to prevent catastrophic wildfires from engulfing their neighborhoods despite public outcry earlier this year that forced the town to change a fire prevention law from mandatory to voluntary.

The neighborhoods are apparently in compliance with standards for “Firewise Communities” as described at

They include the Shock Hill, Highlands Park, Park Forest Estates, Pines at 4 O’Clock, Whitewolf and Summit Estates homeowner’s associations.

The HOAs are to be recognized Monday at 1 p.m. at the Red, White and Blue Fire District station on 316 N. Main Street.

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