Manufactured Home Community Disrupted by Infrastructure Replacement

All of the infrastructure at Port Edward manufactured home community (MHC) in Port Edward, British Columbia (BC) was originally installed in the 1960s and now needs to be upgraded, according to The entire community will be fenced in from April 28 to around Oct. 31, with no vehicles allowed except work equipment, angering some residents. During construction hours residents will be escorted through the community for safety reasons, and if they have mobility issues, a golf cart will be available, has learned. After hours, local pedestrian access will be permitted, but residents’ vehicles must remain outside the fence. While the Port Edward Manufactured Home Owners Association has threatened legal action, claiming the restrictions violate the Manufactured Home Park Tenancy Act, community owner Stonecliff Properties says all the roads have to be dug up in order to replace the water and sewer lines that are leaking. “There will be 24-hour access for residents, but when construction equipment is working people will be escorted through the site. Everyone has access to the site all the time, but they will be walked around while on the site for safety reasons,” said a Stonecliff spokesperson. Port Edward is in north western BC near the Alaska border. ##

(Photo credit: Shaun Thomas/–Port Edward community)

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