OROVILLE, Calif. - The Yankee Hill Fire Safe Council held a Camp Fire recovery meeting on Thursday.
The meeting gave the community a chance to get in touch with agencies and local resources.
The managing director says the biggest concern right now is the debris-removal process. She gave a suggestion for those submitting Right-of-Entry forms for phase two of the process.
"If you are agreeable to do the form and you can get your neighbors going on it, once those clusters get organized you're going to be very much attractive to the contractors," said Brenda Rightmyer, managing director of the Yankee Hill Fire Safe Council.
The EPA and Cal OES had representatives on hand at the meeting to provide information.
The EPA will display these signs on your property when the first phase is complete, which is removing hazardous material.
Cal OES handles the second phase of ash and debris removal. The county will approve property for rebuilding once those are done.
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