Meetings to be held for families who lost homes in Oak Fire

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Friday, August 19, 2022
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Mariposa County families that had their homes or property damaged by the Oak Fire will be able to learn about clean-up help at two upcoming events.

MARIPOSA COUNTY, Calif. (KFSN) -- Mariposa County families that had their homes or property damaged by the Oak Fire will be able to learn about clean-up help at two upcoming events.

The county will be providing information about the Oak Fire debris removal process.

That meeting is happening at 7 Friday night in the Mariposa High School Auditorium.

It will also be live streamed on the Mariposa County Facebook page.

Then on Saturday, there's a Right of Entry Workshop from 9 am to 4 pm, helping residents fill out forms to allow contractors to begin debris clean up on properties.

It's also at Mariposa High.

Anyone who had a building 120 square feet or larger destroyed by the Fire is eligible for the debris removal program.

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