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Paradise rebuilding and recovery: Update from Town Councilman Michael Zuccolillo

Paradise Town Councilman Michael Zuccolillo provided an update on debris removal and upcoming community meetings after the Camp Fire. Tune in to this segment every Wednesday on Action News Now at noon.

Posted: May. 15, 2019 2:35 PM
Updated: May. 15, 2019 2:35 PM

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3,138 properties cleared of debris 504 properties certified clean by county 20 building permits issue* 56 applications in plan check 11 permits applied for last week 41 inspections last week*due to it issues, the town was unable to issue permits this week. events: tues, may 22nd 6pm town of paradise council meeting√£presentation of community recovery plan location: paradise alliance church-6491 clark rd notes: public encouraged to attend. it's the opportunity to provide feedback on the town vision as we rebuild our community as well as helping people rebuild and get back in their homes. sat june 1st 9am 14th annual paradise chocolate fest location: gold country casino resort, "on the green under the tents!" 4020 olive hwy. oroville sat june 29th - 30th home builders resource expo location: silver dollar fairgrounds 2357 fair street in chico what's new: " if you missed the pid meeting, you can view it online " town council voted to move forward on the sewer now that we have state and federal legislators working to get us funding. they chose the local treatment plan option to keep local control and provide jobs in paradise. the sewer would still be for the commercial areas of paradise only. you can watch the council meeting here: https:// livestream.com/ townofparadise " currently, 141 crews are working on debris " questions about the debris removal schedule? contact the debris removal operations center at (530) 399-0434 or visit them in person at 900 fortress
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