PARADISE, Calif. -- The Paradise town council met Tuesday night to talk about the debris removal process.
Paradise town manager Lauren Gill said they will focus partially on disaster recovery.
The town council will be asked to consider approving a firm's request for proposal that will help town leaders move their community toward the future.
Agencies will also give an update on water, schools, Chamber of Commerce and the post office.
Gill said the Paradise Irrigation District is working to bring Paradise back to where it should be.
"To get your plan in place and to have a plan for moving forward, to me, you're almost there when you have a good strategy. I'm excited about their plan. It might be longer than what some people hope, and it might be different but I think it's a good plan and we'll get to rebuild," said Gill.
Next Wednesday the town council will meet at the CMA Church. There will be representatives and agencies there ready to answer any questions people have as they continue to move back into town.
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