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The 2012 Waldo Canyon wildfire destroyed 347 homes in Colorado Springs, Colo. (AP Photo/Gaylon Wampler)

While various state and federal agencies brace themselves for another potentially active (and costly) wildfire season, Colorado officials are finding that it is essential to look back in order to truly move forward in disaster planning.

Having conducted a formal review of the city’s response to the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history, Colorado Springs released a report that mostly praises agencies’ efforts while pointing out a few glitches along the way.

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