BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - The Butte County Board of Supervisors made two major decisions today involving the Camp Fire.
Supervisors decided on three law firms to represent the county in litigation against PG&E and its companies for damages caused by the Camp Fire.
Supervisors also agreed to allow people to live on their properties once hazardous debris is removed.
The county has opened up nearly a thousand parcels of land owned by the county for fire victims to set up small mobile homes.
Both decisions by the board were unanimous.
The county also passed an adjusted budget to add funding in for expenditures caused by Camp Fire.
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