Congressman Kiley Meeting April 2024

Congressman Kiley Visits April 2024

On Tuesday, March 26, a group of Plumas and Sierra County representatives held a meeting with Congressman Kevin Kiley to discuss his HR6861 Home Hardening Bill and the CA Fair Plan impact to our communities. The Home Hardening Bill is a good move in the right direction, and we talked to him about current challenges beyond policy cancellations – for example: fire insurance plans are written by zip code and even homes with the lowest 0 Fire Rating cannot get policies. We also shared ideas on potential federal policies including fire mitigation strategies on USFS lands.

The group from Plumas and Sierra Counties was as follows:

  • Staci Heaton, Rural County Representatives of California (RCRC)
  • Lee Adams, Supervisor and Vice Chair Sierra County Board of Supervisors District 1
  • Mimi Hall, Supervisor Elect Plumas County Board of Supervisors District 4
  • Jeff Dupras, Retired US Forest Service Fire Division Chief
  • Tommy Brenzovich, Mitigation Assistance Program Manager at Plumas Fire Council and former US Forest Service Fire Captain
  • Dr. Kevin Trutna, Feather River College Superintendent/President and Quincy Chamber of Commerce
  • Kirk Lambert, Inszone Insurance Services formerly Lambert and Lambert
  • Matthew Kitchens, Owner of The Toy Store in Quincy, CA and Meadow Valley Church Elder
  • Mark Pecotich, Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce, Plumas and Sierra County Chamber Coalition

Click the PDF below to Learn More:

April 4, 2024 Letter to Congressman Kiley

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