From Kansan.com, MHProNews.com learns that the existence of what the authors refer to as a mobile home park is under threat by the pending development of student housing. The community known as Gaslight Village could be replaced by housing developed by Austin, Texas-based developer Aspen Heights, which according to the report is seeking a contract to buy and redevelop the park and replace the approximately 150 mobile homes with rental homes for students. For that to happen, the land must be re-zoned from single-family to multi-family. Owned by Mid-America Manufactured Housing Communities, residents of Gaslight Village recently received a letter assuring them that space was available in other local mobile home parks.
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