CHICO, Calif. - The Paradise Town Council held a packed meeting in the Chico City Council Chambers on Tuesday.
A major topic of discussion among audience members was when the remaining evacuation orders will be lifted.
Many expressed a growing frustration with the process, but some expressed their want to rebuild regardless of how long it takes.
"The bottom line for me is: I love this community," said Nicki Jones, Paradise home and business owner. "This community, as all communities do, came together after the disaster. I want to be a part of that."
Additionally, Council Member Scott Lotter retired at Tuesday's meeting. He was honored as the longest-serving council member in the town's history.
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