GRIDLEY, Calif. - Gridley City Council members voted unanimously Monday night to allow FEMA to place trailers in the city for Camp Fire evacuees.
City Administrator Paul Eckert said that the council authorized 350 trailer units, not the initial 405 reported.
The council sent its final terms to FEMA and hope to hear from officials within the next 48 hours, according to the Eckert.
Another meeting will be held once the terms are agreed upon from both sides.
Eckert also said they are asking the Butte County Sheriff and school officials to attend the meeting to discuss how they will provide additional resources for the area.
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