BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. – Assemblyman James Gallagher met with local stakeholders to talk about housing needs in Butte County after the Camp Fire.
Chico Builders Association, Cal OES and FEMA were three of the representatives to speak about problems and solutions facing the community.
Gallagher said he is looking at solutions including interim housing such as FEMA trailers or RV's.
"I think I just want to work on, hey, let's look at all the little things we might be doing, try to bring that together try to develop a long term plan for housing in the region that's going to meet the needs of Camp Fire survivors and our community's long term," he said.
Gallagher said his office is also working closely with Paradise on debris removal to help move towards rebuilding as soon as possible.
- Assemblyman Gallagher discusses Butte County housing needs
- Housing bill battle heats up between Mayor Stone, Assemblyman Gallagher
- Assemblyman Gallagher announces $15 million plan to spur Chico housing
- Assemblyman Gallagher Explains Idea for Armed School Guards
- Assemblyman James Gallagher Visits Rural Schools in Hamilton City
- Chico Mayor opposes Butte County housing shortage bill, Assemblyman responds
- Assemblyman Gallagher to introduce Camp Fire housing bill at State Capitol
- Assemblyman Gallagher secures more funding for schools impacted by Camp Fire
- Butte Co. Supervisors Discuss Fire Prevention Options
- Butte County Officials to Discuss Local Hazard Mitigation Plan