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Re: SG-W:/ Manchester Township grapples with mobile home plan
- Subject: Re: SG-W:/ Manchester Township grapples with mobile home plan
- From: RIDE998@aol.com
- Date: Sat, 24 Jul 1999 14:26:12 EDT
As a Mobile Home Dealer and developer I feel i must respond to the comments
I just read.
My company goes into old trailer parks and replaces old trailers with new
manufactured homes. this re-establishes a lot already in use.which does not
agriculture and so forth.
But my point is the people who purchase new Manufactured Homes come from two
groups. One group cannot afford traditional site built homes in our areas
and the other chooses a less expensive housing alternative.
The other point is these so called low income housing folks not only spend
between $ 30,000.00 and sometimes as much as $80,000.00 for their housing,
which by local standards is not alot, but they also buy automobiles
groceries and consume all other kinds of commodities that depending on the
trade you're in help push our very strong economy along.
I live on Jennings Road in Webster Township and I certainly dont feel a
mobile home park would enhance the area at all.
Some changes are in order and youre right it is mostly wealthy established
park owners on the Mobile Home Commission. It might be worth looking into who
can run for those positions
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