Fort brush burn may yield smoke

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A controlled burn today at Fort Gordon might provide smoke over the Augusta area, officials said.

The Forestry Service at Fort Gordon has advised that it will bec conducting a burn of 100 acres in Training Area 21.

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blues550
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blues550 05/10/12 - 01:06 pm
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If the National Park and Foresr Services managed their land as well as the military our number of forest and wild fires natiopnally would be way down.

RoadkiII
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RoadkiII 05/10/12 - 01:08 pm
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Now that's what I call

Now that's what I call in-depth reporting. Who would have ever thought a fire would cause smoke. Thank you AC

Little Lamb
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Little Lamb 05/10/12 - 01:21 pm
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Complaints

You just wait, Roadkill, even though the activity has been reported in the paper, someone will complain about the smoke.

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