Via KWMR: “Fire units are responding to a reported vegetation fire on Vision Road in Inverness. Units on scene report the situation is confined to a downed power line smoldering in a tree.” (TWMF is out of town so a little slow on the updates)
Please help Water Dogs find a lifeguard so they can run the program this summer. “Waterdogs Seeks Open Water Lifeguard Enjoy the beach while you make $30-40/hr. This unique opportunity is from July 15th to July 26th, 12:30- 3:30pm., at Shell Beach II, in Inverness CA. The Tomales Bay Waterdogs Swim Program is low cost Red Cross certification program that has been West Marin tradition since 1946. For more information please Contact the resource center. info@westmarincommunityservices.org

Please call Martha at 415.663.8361 if you're interested in this position and are open water certified to lifeguard.”
From Marin Public Works: “To improve safety during wet weather, we'll be resurfacing a 1 mile stretch of Sir Francis Drake Blvd w/ high-friction material near Whites Hill. #Construction is expected to start in mid-July, w/ 1-way #traffic control.
Details: bit.ly/2IyM9NA”
Apparently there is a search happening for a swimmer that went missing off of Stinson Beach yesterday. Doesn’t sound good, fingers crossed.
“A broken tree limb that knocked over a power line is to blame for a 2.2-acre fire in the Point Reyes National Seashore near Inverness on Monday, Marin County fire investigators said.” FULL STORY: https://www.marinij.com/2019/06/11/broken-tree-limb-into-power-line-to-blame-for-west-marin-fire/
A reminder that if the non-linear algorithm driven feeds of Facebook drive you crazy, you can always go to http://www.thewestmarinfeed.com for the latest updates or http://www.twitter.com/westmarinfeed if you do the Twitter thing. Thanks again to everyone who sent over updates, reports and photos. Team effort.
“Drake Fire final update: Forward progress of fire stopped. 75% contained. Firefighters will remain at scene overnight moping up. 2.2 final acres.” Thank you to all the fire and emergency crews who keep us safe. Photo by Paella del Reyes.
“Point Reyes National Seashore is issuing a superintendents’s emergency closure order to all public access effective immediately along the perimeter of the park boundary starting from Sir Francis Drake Blvd at Mount Vision road to the gravel portion of Vision Fire Road.”
“From MCFD/SO - Drake Fire in Pt Reyes National Seashore: forward progress stopped at 2 – 3 acres. No further threat to the public. Info line: 415-473-7191. This is the final update.”
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