County to remove debris in fire areas - Victims in unincorporated areas can participate in voluntary program
Last updated 11/21/2007 at Noon
SAN DIEGO — On November 6, the County of San Diego Board of Supervisors approved a $30 million Fire Cleanup Program to assist property owners in the unincorporated areas with the removal of structural fire debris.
The California State Office of Emergency Services has committed to funding $23 million of those debris removal costs, while the board committed $7 million to fully fund the program. The county received $5 million toward the state’s commitment on November 5 in order to implement the cleanup process. The program is provided at no cost to property owners.
The first phase of the...