Bastrop County broadens its efforts to recover the area after the huge wildfire that took place three years ago, myfoxaustin.com reported on January 2.
According to EMA Director Mike Fisher, the expanded recovery effort in Bastrop “kind of helps Mother Nature along.” Fisher stressed the importance of the erosion control work in the continuous recovery of the county. County officials will focus on how to maintain areas that were not ravaged by fire and implement preventive measures. By next winter, Bastrop will experience further recovery as small trees will be ready to merge with fully grown trees. The wildfire ravaged 34,000 acres of land in Bastrop resulting to almost 2,000 houses burned.
Though Bastrop is continuing to recover from the great wildfire, there are still homeowners whose homes were damaged are struggling to get their funds needed to restore their damaged houses. If you are in such a situation, the attorneys of Williams Kherkher may possibly work for you. Find out how we can work to get your insurance reimbursement today by calling 800-639-8460.