Guest Post by Lisa Hecht
I am sure this has been addressed but.........
In the Standard Examiner articles about the fire around the corner from the Green Valley Academy proposed site, it stated that the fire department had problems as they had to tank water in to extinguish the fire. The article in The Standard Examiner Sunday, January 23, 2011 in Top of Utah (B), page 1 stated: Firefighters were challenged by the lack of a nearby water supply. They were forced to shuttle thousands of gallons of water from about a mile away, the nearest available fire hydrant, Black said. The fire was being fought from 6 p.m. until after 10 p.m.
Is there any documentation to show that a hydrant is going in and that if it is in fact there, will there be adequate water available to provide protection?
Just wondering. Lots of open fields there.