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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 11, 2013 | By Tony Perry
The brush fire in a rugged portion of northeast San Diego that burned 7,055 acres and destroyed 120 structures, most of them at the Al Bahr Mt. Laguna Shrine campground, is 85% contained and all evacuation orders have been lifted, Cal-Fire said Thursday. The El Prado, Laguna and Horse Heaven campgrounds, which were ordered evacuated, have been spared damage. But the Foster Lodge campground, near the Al Bahr campground, was damaged, Cal-Fire said. The blaze has been dubbed the Chariot fire because it was first spotted Saturday near Chariot Canyon southeast of Julian.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 2, 2001 | SEEMA MEHTA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The U.S. Forest Service is seeking public input as it begins to update its management plan for the Cleveland National Forest and three other Southern California forests. The plan, scheduled to be completed in 2003, will govern rare species protection, cellular phone antennas, off-road vehicle use and other issues in the national forests for 10 to 15 years. "The land management plan will be sort of like our bible," said Clem Lagrosa, Trabuco district ranger.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 16, 1992 | ROY RIVENBURG, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The season's first major brush fire, which officials are tentatively blaming on sparks from target shooting, was under control Monday after scorching 650 acres in the Cleveland National Forest. The blaze ignited Saturday afternoon about 4 miles north of Ramona and spread under strong winds, according to U.S. Forestry Service officials.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 10, 2002 | From Times Staff Reports
Federal forest officials have announced that most of the Cleveland National Forest, including large portions in Orange County, will be closed Friday because of extremely dry conditions. The forest will be open for recreational use in developed areas such as Blue Jay Campground, Falcon Campground, El Cariso Picnic Area, Upper San Juan Campground and Killen Truck Trail/South Main Divide.
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May 26, 1997
Visitors to the Cleveland National Forest and three other Southern California forests will be charged a $5 daily fee per vehicle starting June 16. The fees, instituted as part of a three-year test program, are needed to reverse past budget cuts and shore up aging facilities, national forest officials said last week. An annual pass will cost $30. The program also includes the Angeles, Los Padres and San Bernardino national forests. Daily passes will be available June 9.
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