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Rowland Heights Mobile Estates Update May 1, 2014

By |October 25th, 2015|

new update:5/1/2014
by the new year of 2014,
Rowland Heights Mobile Estate has changed their management team, paved the road, do not raising the rent in the year to all residents, open clubhouse to reasonable hour and so on.
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Residents claim discrimination at Rowland Heights mobile home park

By |October 25th, 2015|

Amy Tang, a resident of Rowland Heights Mobile Estates, talks about issues she has faced at the mobile home community, on Thursday, June 18, 2015 in Rowland Heights. (Photo by Melissa Masatani)
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Retaliatory Eviction Documents – Ken Meng Rowland Heights Mobile Estates

By |October 25th, 2015|

The following links provide invaluable information regarding park strategies to remove activists from parks.  In order for the links to work, please click on article title first.

evcd01 7 Day notice.pdf

evcd02 Second 7 Day Notice.pdf

evcd03 Third 7 Day Read More

More concerns for Riverside Village (Washington) residents (2014)

By |May 17th, 2015|

Published on Sep 17, 2014

In an effort to take control of their community, homeowners at Riverside Village Mobile Home are seeking the help of American Manufactured Homeowners Group of Washington. Caiti Currey reports.

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Forced Evictions, Rent Hikes & Intimidation: Safe Harbor Residents Speak Up (Alabama 2013)

By |May 17th, 2015|

Published on Jan 22, 2013

Safe Harbor was built in Bayou Le Batre, a historic shrimp fishing community in Mobile County, Alabama (population 2,500) with over $17 million in FEMA and HUD funds to provide Katrina victims with safe affordable

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