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Another Mudslide Community Meeting Tonight

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The City, County, LAPD and others have been holding a series of community meetings in wildfire-scorn areas that could soon be affected by damaging and sometimes deadly debris flows and flooding that tend to happen on rainy days. Four recent fire areas are concerning officials: the Sayre, Sessnon, Marek, and Station fires. If you live in those areas and want to go, the meeting is tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Olive Vista Middle School Gymnasium (14600 Tyler Street, Sylmar 91342).

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