Nick Bonge

resident of Ventura

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Nick Bonge is a resident of Ventura, California.

Nick Bonge on KCRW

One year ago, hundreds of homes in Ventura burned down in the Thomas Fire, and a year later, hundreds of families are still living in temporary places while they wait for the permits…

A year later, fire survivors are still waiting to rebuild

One year ago, hundreds of homes in Ventura burned down in the Thomas Fire, and a year later, hundreds of families are still living in temporary places while they wait for the permits…

from The 805

Nick Bonge is one of hundreds of people who lost their home in the Thomas Fire. He lives on Briarwood Terrace in the foothills of downtown Ventura.

After losing a home, starting to rebuild

Nick Bonge is one of hundreds of people who lost their home in the Thomas Fire. He lives on Briarwood Terrace in the foothills of downtown Ventura.

from The 805

Nick Bonge stands in front of his home of over 20 years, now burned to the ground.

Scorched homes in the Ventura foothills

Nick Bonge stands in front of his home of over 20 years, now burned to the ground.

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