From 311 Info
• Lakeside Ranger District
• In the 2002 Rodeo – Chediski Fire area: T10N R19E Section 22.
• East Boundary is Forest Service Road (FR) 132, North Boundary is FR 139, West Boundary is FR 9845K, and the South Boundary is FR 300.
Start Date: September 15, 2016, reported at 11:49
Size: 2308 acres
Vegetation: Ponderosa Pine and Juniper, with areas of moderate to heavy accumulation of dead and down logs.
Resources: 3 Engines and Miscellaneous Personnel
The Fill Fire is continuing to burn southwest of Pinedale in the previous Rodeo-Chediski Fire perimeter off Forest Service Roads 132 and 300 on the Lakeside Ranger District.
With light precipitation in the area, the fire continued to burn at a low intensity. The entire fire perimeter has been “blacklined” (surrounded by fire line), and crews will continue managed ignitions in the interior as weather conditions allow. Fire crews continue to maintain safety as the number one priority as they work to reduce the heavy pockets of dense ground fuels.
There may be minor smoke impacts to residents in Pinedale and Clay Springs. Smoke may also visible from State Highway 60 and U.S. Highway 260, as well as the communities of Heber-Overgaard, Linden, Pinedale, Snowflake, Taylor, Show Low and Pinetop-Lakeside.
Information on the Fill Fire can be found on InciWeb at http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5036/, the forest website http://www.fs.usda.gov/asnf or the Northeastern Arizona Public Information System http://311info.net/ or call 311 or 928-333-3412.
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