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New deadline set for Bear Fire survivors regarding debris removal

Time is running out for Bear Fire survivors as the Butte County Board of Supervisors is set to create a deadline for debris removal.

Posted: Feb 23, 2021 7:21 AM
Updated: Feb 23, 2021 8:45 AM

BERRY CREEK, Calif. - Time is running out for Bear Fire survivors as the Butte County Board of Supervisors is set to create a deadline for debris removal.

Survivors might have until the beginning of April to hire a private contractor to clear fire debris and clean up their properties.

Several structures in Berry Creek have been destroyed in the Bear Fire. Courtesy: Nancy Hamilton

Bear Fire survivors can no longer apply to have their property removed by the government since the deadline passed on Feb. 15, 2021.

If homeowners do not clear up their property by April 1, 2021, the county will clear it and charge them for doing it.

CLICK HERE, to read the alternative debris removal program.

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