Assessment and action at Kiwa Korral will be slow

I wanted to share this article from the Denver Post because it illustrates how the process of assessment and action regarding the damage at Kiwa Korral is, and will continue to be, slow. We can only imagine how frustrating this is for people whose homes have been lost or damaged. Our hearts go out to them.

Read the full updates on Kiwa Korral.

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One Response to Assessment and action at Kiwa Korral will be slow

  1. dleb61 says:

    This really shouldn’t surprise anyone who has been paying attention to Colorado’s disasters the last few years. One doesn’t have to go very far in Boulder County/Larimer County to still find plenty of stories about the fires in the mountains and how the home owners are still trying to slowly rebuild. I’m not sure what people’s expectations are but I would imagine that homes where people actually live versus the camp which is probably less used if at all in the winter is a higher priority. Recovery is a slow process is the very clear message which people should understand. Right now it’s roads and homes that are the priority. As it should be.

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