Two weeks after Boulder County’s Recovery Navigator program went live, some fire victims said their calls and emails have gone unanswered.
SUPERIOR, Colo. — Survivors of the Marshall Fire said they haven’t received any response from a county program designed to connect them with resources — including donated rebuilding funds — two weeks after the recovery navigation service opened.
Meeting with a Boulder County recovery navigator is the only way fire victims can receive a portion of millions of dollars donated to help them rebuild their homes or for other unmet needs seven months after the devastating wildfire.
“We lie awake at night wondering how…
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