HRCA receives settlement for October fire in Backcountry (CO)

The Highlands Ranch Community Association has received a settlement for the wildfire in Highlands Ranch that it says was caused by Xcel Energy last October, an HRCA official announced at a March 21 board of directors and delegate meeting.  Citing a confidentiality agreement, Xcel Energy officials declined to say how the fire started.  The Oct. 28 fire scorched 211 acres of land east of Santa Fe Drive and south of East Wildcat Reserve Parkway, including open space owned by the Highlands Ranch Community Association south of the Sundial House in the Backcountry subdivision. No injuries were reported and no structures were damaged.     Read the article…………..

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