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Allow extra travel time in the vicinity of Butte College this week where Caltrans is upgrading an intersection into a roundabout. 

 

Construction begins this morning, with 24 hour traffic controls continuing through Sunday. 

After Paradise: Week 14

Feb 14, 2019


 

 

Tonight on After Paradise – it’s been 14 weeks since the Camp Fire started. In this episode we bring you the latest on Federal Emergency Management Agency housing units, the Red Cross Shelter and debris removal, we hear about new legislation aimed at creating a statewide network of weather monitoring stations that would help assess the threat of future wildfires in California, and we answer your questions about displaced pets.

 

John Locher / AP Photo

Last week legislation was introduced to establish a statewide network of weather monitoring stations that would help assess the threat of wildfire in California. It was created by Senator Bill Dodd – a Democrat who represents both Sonoma and Napa counties that were devastated by the North Bay wildfires in 2017.

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More than seventy cats meow in stacked cages as volunteers come around with breakfast. Most of them are survivors of the Camp Fire that tore through Paradise in November, causing 52,000 people to leave their homes — many of them without their pets. Now, some of the abandoned cats call the Alley Cat Allies/FieldHaven Recovery Center in Marysville home.

 

Noah Berger / AP Photo

Friday is the deadline to get in many important Camp Fire related applications submitted. This includes registering for disaster aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the U.S. Small Business Association and the government sponsored Debris Removal Program.

Marc Albert

The Butte County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday weighing urgent housing needs against long-term impacts. Read the full story here.

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Weighing urgent housing needs against long term impacts, supervisors in Butte County sought middle ground and answers for those evicted by the Camp Fire inferno. 

Marc Albert

Hundreds turned out Friday for a somber, yet hopeful ceremony memorializing lives lived, and lives lost in Paradise. 

 

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Post fire housing problems top the to-do list for the Butte County Board of Supervisors, which convenes later this morning. 

 

With fire victims effectively banished from their own properties, the board will consider a suite of temporary moves aimed at reducing hardship. 

 

KFPR-Redding Off Air, Intermittently

Feb 11, 2019

The KFPR-Redding 88.9 FM signal is down due to weather-related icing. Many listeners in Redding report being able to receive the KCHO transmitter at 91.7 FM. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience until the situation is resolved. 

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