Approximately 88% of the properties affected have been cleared out so far.
To date, officials say 242 of the 272 participating properties have had burned metal, concrete, ash, and other debris removed.
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The work is being done through California's Consolidated Debris Removal Program.
Once home sites are cleared out, state contractors will then have to complete additional work before anyone can rebuild.
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