Anyone who has lived in Mariposa County over the last few years knows just how hard the county has been hit by disaster.
Whether it was fire or floodwaters, between 2017 and 2018, the county was hit hard by devastation to its infrastructure.
But in addition to enjoying a disaster-free 2019, more good news is on the way.
At last week’s Mariposa County Board of Supervisors meeting, it was announced the county has received a $6.3 million disaster resiliency grant from the Department of Commerce’s ...
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