Mi-Wuk/Sugar Pine, CA — Mi-Wuk/Sugar Pine residents will not only be able to ask PG&E officials questions but can also sign up for debris removal at the Tree Mortality Community Workshop.
Tuolumne County OES is hosting the event. While crews have already begun removing trees in the area, county officials say the workshop’s purpose is to provide open dialog on the project and allow residents to sign up for the company’s debris removal program. Representatives from Cal Fire, Caltrans and Mi-Wuk / Sugar Pine Fire District will also be on hand to answer questions.
County officials note that while the workshop is open to the public, it will only provide details on the Mi-Wuk/Sugar Pine area project and only those residents can sign up for debris removal.
The event is scheduled for Saturday, July 30 at Word of Life Fellowship Church 24630 Highway 108 in Mi-Wuk Village from 9 a.m. to noon.