Ordinances Prevent Rehabbing of Land Lease Community

Having recently spent $55,000 to upgrade infrastructure at the Country Squire Mobile Home Park in Harker Heights, Tex., that he acquired last fall, and another $30,000 for a new manufactured home model, Kip Lewis’ plans to rehabilitate the community are being stymied by the city council. He wants to replace 40-year old, abandoned homes with brand new ones, but current spacing guidelines require 35 feet between the homes. He also needs a planned development permit, but manufactured housing communities are not included in planned development projects. Lewis has applied for a precursory ordinance amendment to follow through on rehabbing the community. Although City Manager Steve Carpenter says the homes deteriorate over time, he feels they can come to some compromise, according to what kdhnews.com informs MHProNews. Lewis will present his proposal to the planning and zoning commission July 31 in this city just north of Austin.

(Photo credit: Brian Bradley/kdhnews–Harker Heights community)

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