Advocates trying to bring two water-dropping, single-engine planes to Napa County to get a quick jump on fighting wildfires will have their day before the county Board of Supervisors.
Supervisors at their Tuesday meeting said they want the issue of the planes equipped with Fire Boss water systems on a future agenda. The discussion could happen as soon as the April 20 meeting.
“I feel like we are hearing so much that is not documented about this issue,” county Supervisor Diane Dillon said. “A lot of allegations about how it will work, how it won’t work, how it will be funded, where the money would come from.”
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