Unless the Columbia Mobile Home Park in Columbia, California resolves two outstanding violations within thirty days, it’s license to operate will be suspended and it cannot collect rent or other monies from the residents. According to mymotherlode.com the California Department of Housing and Community Development posted the notice at the manufactured housing community (MHC) Nov. 7. The notice cites an unpaid fee of $1,794 and several California Health and Safety Code Regulations. If the matter is not resolved, the IRS and the Franchise Tax Board will be notified that Columbia is no longer a legitimate business. As we last reported June 3, 2013, a $17,884.35 outstanding sewer bill for the community threatened the continuation of services, although it was paid. MHProNews has learned there are 63 sites at Columbia, including RVs as well as apartments and houses. The owner? Jim Clayton, but not the founder of Clayton Homes.
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