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I lost my home in the Carr Fire, we lived at 11258 Iron Mtn Rd

Pamela Jean Kousen outside Redding City Limits
August 17, 2018, 1:38 PM

We are looking desperately for a 3/2 house that will take in two adults one 19 year old Shasta college student. We also the 3 dogs two dogs under 10 lbs 1 130lb Rottweiler (he is not mean) all are house broken. So we need to have a fenced in yard. If you can help us with that it would surely be appreciated. My family is scattered from Medford to Quincy to a very nice but an expensive motel here in Redding for 9 more days then I don’t know where we are going. We are clean, we will leave the house as we find it. It is going to be for at least 1year if not 2 we are rebuilding our home on Iron Mtn Rd. My son Karel (pronounced Carl) is the point of contact at this time. I am 71 and partially disabled. So the extent of my knowledge is how to use my remote for my television. I don’t know how I reached this site. Karel can get in touch with me. His phone number is 5309417878. We just turned in our debris removed paper work to who ever it is supposed to be done on line. So now it’s hurry up and wait. So can you please help us. My email address is sheeba1923@gmail.com I know how to text and email anything else I do on this iPad is accidental. Thank you so very much for anything you can do for us.

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City Manager's Office 11 months ago

www.strongerthancarr.com has rental options in Shasta county. Taking a preliminary look just now, there are several with at least 3 bedrooms. I encourage you to start there and see if one of those will fit your needs. There is contact information for rental agencies on that site as well.

 


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