CARe News

It’s been almost a year since an unusual May wildfire marched up a canyon behind Jeffrey Gilmore’s suburban Carlsbad home and turned it into a pile of blackened rubble. After months of paperwork and construction, the home’s rebuild is set to wrap up in July — and it can’t come soon enough for Gilmore and his wife, Mashalle, who were the original owners of the property and plan to retire there. 

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http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2015/may/13/first-anniversary-2014-wildfires-cocos-poinsettia/

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