San Clemente residents ask relief from areas of fire hazards, encampments, blight – Orange County Register

A brush fire that burned seven acres on a hill overlooking San Clemente High School in late November has rekindled residents’ concerns about activities by homeless people.

Several residents at this week’s City Council meeting asked officials to do more to eliminate homeless encampments in canyons off Avenida Pico, and to install signs and fencing atop the charred knoll known as Knob Hill. At the meeting, residents also complained about blight.

Besides encampments, they said, fire hazards include smoking, people straying from established trails and unauthorized off-road vehicles.

Local resident Anthony LaFrano said people camping in canyons off Avenida Pico – some using propane…

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