Oracle group honors property owners for being most Firewise

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OFD Admin. Manager Tina Acosta, Cindy Bieger, Chuck Jaffe, and Firewise Board member Rachel Opinsky.

  On Aug. 13, 2019, the Oracle Firewise Board met to give out the annual Firewise Property Awards. There were several excellent nominations this year. The ones selected were:

Personal Property

Cindy Bieger and Chuck Jaffe located on Estill Dr. and Maplewood St. 

Business Property 

U.S. Post Office in Oracle for its work along American Ave.  

OFD Admin. Manager Tina Acosta, new incoming Postmaster Justin Wallace, Jennifer Martinez, and Firewise member and sign installer Kevin Armbrust.

  The winners were presented with a Firewise certificate along with a sign that will be in front of each property. 

  Thank you for all for your efforts to make Oracle a much safer community and to show us all “how it’s done!”

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