Debris removal update

Camp Fire survivors registered with the government debris removal program who are waiting to move back to their properties may be eligible for a priority list to fast-track the clean-up. The list applies only to those who were affected by an urgency ordinance that forced them to relocate after having been cleared to return home. Visit this site for information on the process.

People may not live in temporary dwellings, such as RVs and trailers, on burned properties until fire debris is cleared (see “Board gets bombshell,” Newslines, Jan. 31).

In the meantime, the county has set up temporary RV parks at Lime Saddle Campground—full at press time—and the CMA Church in Paradise. County spokeswoman Casey Hatcher (pictured) said about a dozen spaces will be available at the DeSabla campgrounds in a few weeks.

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