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FEMA grant to boost home fire prevention in Vancouver

$207,000 to go toward fire marshal's Project Home Safe

By , Columbian staff writer
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency is giving the Vancouver Fire Marshal’s Office $207,000 to support its home fire-prevention program.

The Vancouver Fire Marshal’s Office will spend the money on Project Home Safe, in which deputy fire marshals and volunteers go door to door and show residents at-home fire-prevention strategies.

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