Tool checkout program aims to ease building challenges for residents impacted by Caldor Fire

  • Source: KCRA-TV NBC 3 Sacramento
  • Published: 10/05/2022 12:00 AM

More than a year after the Caldor Fire, many residents are still recovering. Some are starting to rebuild. For those who are beginning the process of rebuilding, a new resource is now available: A tool checkout program aimed at easing some of the burdens of starting over. “We have anything that anyone could use for a new project up in Grizzly Flats,” said Scot Telfer, the executive director of the West Slope Foundation. For the better part of the last year, Telfer has pushed to help his friends and neighbors recover from the devastating fire that tore through Grizzly Flats. The West Slope Foundation formed after the fire to aid residents in both long and short-term recovery from the fire.


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