State-Sponsored Fire Debris Clean-up Deadline

State-sponsored Debris Clean-up Deadline

Posted: Jan. 12, 2019 12:11 AM
Updated: Jan. 12, 2019 12:11 AM

Speech to Text for State-Sponsored Fire Debris Clean-up Deadline

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word from state lawmakers. pkg this the largest debris post fire cleanup in california faster cleanup happens, the faster the rebuilding can begin. pkg start this is going to be a huge monumental task... at a press coference thursday, locals and lawmakers gathered at paradise town hall. the matter at hand: a critical deadline for state-sponsored fire debris cleanup. on this program there's no cost to you up front. to participate, you fill out and submit a right of entry form by january 31st. the same deadline to apply for fema. if property owners have homeowners insurance that covers debris removal, those owners may be required to pay out that portion of their insurance reserved for debris. you get a certificate that allows you to have a buildable lot. standup: lawmakers say, 60% of survivors are going with the state sponsored program. the remainder appear to be undecided because they are unsure about getting support from the government, or just don't know enough about their insurance coverage. i know there's instances where we have good reasons not to trust government...but this program...ist effective at getting debris removed o-e-s spoke to the history of the program in shasta county, on the heels of a fire in north bay. the debris was removed significantly and rapidly in north bay, it allowed the city of santa rosa to rebuild faster. survivors can also opt-out of the program and hire their own properly licensed contractors. that would be at the cost of the homeowner. a work plan must be also approved by the county. if you miss out, you can also hire your own contractor...the wrong way to do this is to have the town and county abate your property, which would be the most expensive. make a decision. as for whether the government shut- down will impact clean-up, expensive. make a decision. as for whether the government shut- down will impact clean-up, lawmakers say, it won't. we are rapidly going to bring on contractors, heavy equipment debris haulers and others experienced in being able to manage this volume of debris. the key takeaway - lawmakers say theirs is an efficient clean-up. the kind that will get paradise closer to rebuilding. i've had all my questions answered, i've turned my forms in... of entry right here. there's a number of places you can get this form. we have a link to it as well on our website soc ### on cam
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