OROVILLE, Calif. – Butte County Board of Supervisors voted to draft a letter for CalOES and FEMA to request to market their travel trailers to Camp Fireplace survivors on Tuesday, according to Butte County Clerk of the Board.
Nearly 170 people currently stay at the Chico and Gridley FEMA websites but in 3 months the immediate housing will come to an close.
The county needs men and women to have the prospect to acquire their device and completely shift to one more spot.
“Being right here, it’s been great to have a spot,” reported Joshua Stokes, a Camp Fireplace survivor who has lived at the Chico site for a year and a 50 percent. “I was on the avenue, I was below, I was there, I was all more than the position. To come across this out, it provides me a minor little bit of, it gives me some hope.”
If units are remaining in excess of, the county states non-earnings would have the likelihood to get them as donations.