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Tracey Reif

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Tracey Reif is a resident of Carpinteria, California.

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Photo courtesy Tracey Reif 
 Just before Tracey Reif was forced to evacuate her Carpinteria home due to the Thomas Fire, she installed a concrete deck and removed all the vegetation…

Designing homes for the fire zone

Photo courtesy Tracey Reif Just before Tracey Reif was forced to evacuate her Carpinteria home due to the Thomas Fire, she installed a concrete deck and removed all the vegetation…

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