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Corrales fire department looking to get rid of firewood

Casey Torres
October 12, 2019 05:13 PM

CORRALES, N.M.—The Corrales fire department is looking to get rid of firewood that they have stockpiled from years of Bosque cleaning projects.

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"We come in here and try to minimize the fuel load and then we stack the firewood,” said Corrales Fire Chief Anthony Martinez. “So if I can’t sell it or get rid of it quickly then that's kind of in its own way–another fire hazard, so we really need to get rid of this wood. Hopefully this year."

People can purchase a $10 permit at the Corrales village hall that will pay for a half-cord of firewood from the fire department.

Once the permit is acquired, fire department officials will call to schedule a pick up time for the firewood. They will even help people load it into their car.

For more information about the permits, click here.

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