PARADISE, Calif. - The Paradise Town Council met Tuesday night for a status update from several different agencies.
The North Valley Community Foundation, a private citizen, and the community donated more than $30,000 to the Paradise Animal Shelter.
A representative from Comcast said services will be restored to all buildings by the end of February, including homes and businesses that were left standing after the Camp Fire.
Two off-site "dry camping" areas are open for people who were living in trailers on their burned properties. They are only temporary and are located in Oroville, and at the CMA Church in Paradise.
Paradise resident Ellen Johnson attended the meeting. She said she was there to speak on behalf of rebuilding the Gold Nugget Museum.
"They were the original pioneers of this town," she said. "We're the pioneers now. We're all survivors and we are pioneers. How do we build this town back to what it was? Not as it was, but the strong, community that held each other up through hardships, and is supporting each other now."
The next Paradise Town Council meeting will be held at the CMA Church on Feb. 22, from 10 a.m. to Noon.
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