Mobile home parks approach a boiling point

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Mobile home parks approach a boiling point

More rules, higher rent squeeze homeowners out of community
Karla Lyons, outside her mobile home at the Lamplighter Village in Federal Heights on Aug. 30. Lyons’ waitressing wages are eaten up by a constant stream of home and yard repairs ordered by her park manage. She would move if she could afford it.

Mobile home parks approach a boiling point

Karla Lyons, outside her mobile home at the Lamplighter Village in Federal Heights on Aug. 30. Lyons’ waitressing wages are eaten up by a constant stream of home and yard repairs ordered by her park manage. She would move if she could afford it.
This article is from the Parked series. View full coverage here.
About the project

This project is an ambitious, first-of-its-kind collaboration between The Durango Herald, The Colorado Sun and a dozen Colorado news organizations.
Journalists across the state focused on the evolving landscape for mobile homes – our largest source of unsubsidized, affordable housing.
Read it at The-Journal.com/Parked.

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