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Study: Wildfire, Flooding Near Williams Could Cost $694M

Kaibab National Forest is currently implementing a forest restoration project on Bill Williams Mountain. The project will thin approximately 15,200 acres of dense vegetation on Bill Williams Mountain. Forest officials say a massive forest fire on Bill Williams would affect air quality, the watershed, the city reservoirs, several communication towers, fire fighter safety, historical and cultural sites and a fragile mountain ecosystem. (Wendy Howell/Williams-Grand Canyon News)

Kaibab National Forest is currently implementing a forest restoration project on Bill Williams Mountain. The project will thin approximately 15,200 acres of dense vegetation on Bill Williams Mountain. Forest officials say a massive forest fire on Bill Williams would affect air quality, the watershed, the city reservoirs, several communication towers, fire fighter safety, historical and cultural sites and a fragile mountain ecosystem. (Wendy Howell/Williams-Grand Canyon News)