OROVILLE, Calif. -Butte County Supervisor Bill Connelly held a Camp Fire meeting at Spring Valley School to discuss recovery efforts in Concow, Yankee Hill and the surrounding area.
Many Camp Fire survivors expressed their concerns about how long the process of debris removal might take in areas beyond Paradise.
"I'm terrified that they're going to start in Paradise and they won't get to me," said business owner Samatha Zangrelli.
Zangrelli fears it could take up to two years to get properties taken care of that are not in the town of Paradise.
Debris removal efforts are still ongoing.
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