BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - FEMA is considering an area in Gridley as another temporary housing location for those displaced by the Camp Fire.
During the Butte County Board of Supervisors meeting this week, FEMA officials said they are working on a contract that would send 400 trailers to Gridley.
The trailers would be built at an industrial site near Independence Place.
Once the lease is signed, it would take up to 45 days until people can begin to move into the trailers.
It would take a total of 120 days, or about four months, for the entire process to be completed.
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