TULARE, Calif. - According to the Visalia Times-Delta, Tulare County is responsible for $814,033 of damages due to the Cedar Fire.
Tim Lutz, Tulare Couty Health and Human Services Agency fiscal operations director, shared the estimated local response cost.
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According to Lutz, Fire Management Assistance Grant and the California Fire Assistance Agreement are expected to reimburse the county $548,302, which is 67 percent of the total county cost.
Cedar Fire began in Kern County, burning over 30,000 acres. It then spread to Tulare County on August 18.
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