MEDFORD, Ore. — Here is a breakdown of how much each of the fires has cost, and what the money has been spent on.
This information is accurate as of August 12, 2018 when the data was collected.
MILES FIRE (includes Snowshoe Fire)
Grand Total: $62,460,544
Direct Personnel: $5,499,828
Indirect Personnel: $6,121,703
Camp Support: $15,742,963 total, $3,706,472 spent on Catering.
TAYLOR CREEK FIRE
Grand Total: $22,779,976
Direct Personnel: $1,258,164
Indirect Personnel: $1,536,752
Camp Support: $4,199,286 total, $965,474 spent on Catering.
Grand Total: $21,462,979
Direct Personnel: $1,434,481
Indirect Personnel: $2,542,550
Camp Support: $5,768,142 total, $1,141,310 spent on Catering.
Grand Total: $9,827,266
Direct Personnel: $616,076
Indirect Personnel: $1,277,473
Camp Support: $2,938,921 total, $705,789 on Catering.
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