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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News offers the following information published by USATODAY.COM:

fundraising campaign was launched Friday to rebuild the Western Town film set at Paramount Ranch where decades of Hollywood history were destroyed by the Woolsey Fire.

The film set south of Agoura Hills in Los Angeles County is in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, which is part of the National Park Service. The set consisted of a series of buildings, but only the train station and a church built for HBO’s “Westworld” remained standing after the flames tore through.

The article goes on to state the following:

At a news conference Friday on the scorched set, Sara Horner, board president of the nonprofit Santa Monica Mountains Fund, said it’s time for Hollywood to give back and show some financial support.

She announced the creation of “The Paramount Project,” as the nonprofit has nicknamed it, that is aimed at restoring a piece of the film industry’s culture and the natural beauty that surrounds it.

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