MHC License Returns, but Residents Remain Skeptical

Following up on a story we began covering Sept. 2011 that we last covered June 28, 2012, the Edgeway Mobile Home Park in Middleboro, Massachusetts, will be licensed for the first time since 2004, as SouthCoastToday tells The MHC was never completed according to the plan submitted to the Board of Selectmen in 1985, and health and zoning violations have dogged the community since the 1990’s. Owner Wayne Williams died in 2006, and his son, Cory Farcas, has been running Edgeway since, but missed deadlines in responding to numerous resident complaints concerning drainage, outside lighting, and ventilation, coupled with multiple court hearings and town board rulings have frustrated the town government. Phase one of an agreement reached last year with the owners has been completed, allowing the license to be reinstated. Residents do not have a lot of faith that Phase II—replacement of the MHC’s septic system and completion of roads—will be completed now that the license has been renewed.

(Photo credit: Edgeway Mobile Home Park)

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