Interview With TOP Public Information Officer Colette Curtis: Camping Ban, Building Permits, & More

Feb 7, 2019

Search and rescue workers look for bodies of Camp Fire victims at the Holly Hills Mobile Estates on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018, in Paradise, Calif.
Credit Noah Berger / AP Photo

The verdict to prohibit Paradise residents from returning to their fire damaged properties has thrown a wrench in the plans and spirits of many. At the time of this week’s camping ban announcement about 100 electrical permits had been granted to and paid for by returning residents. North State Public Radio’s Marc Albert spoke with Town of Paradise Administrative Analyst and Public Information Officer Colette Curtis about the scale of the issue and how the ban will be enforced.