Kevin Taylor

Division chief, Montecito Fire Protection District

Division chief, Montecito Fire Protection District

Kevin Taylor on KCRW

Since debris tore down the mountains of Montecito last January, evacuation maps, risk levels, vocabulary and messaging have all changed.

Santa Barbara says goodbye to voluntary evacuations

Since debris tore down the mountains of Montecito last January, evacuation maps, risk levels, vocabulary and messaging have all changed.

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