Utility Shutdown Could Lead to MH Community Being Condemned

Prince Mobile Home Park. Credit: Trulia.

Residents of the Prince Mobile Home Park in Tucson, Arizona lost power – and it seems there’s nothing that they can do about it.

There’s no power in this place at all. None of the trailers [sic] here got power,” said resident David Vaughn.

According to Tucson News Now, Tucson Electric Power said that they provided the community owner multiple warnings that if the outstanding bill was not paid, they would cut off the power.

Local media said the owner declined to pay the bill.

We can’t have food in our refrigerator because the refrigerators not working so we have to eat out,” resident Angel Luna said.

We can’t even take hot showers because we have no electricity. Can’t do anything. Can’t wash dishes in hot water or give my daughter a shower,” said another resident.

The manager of the community, who declined to speak on camera, told Tucson News Now that his hands are tied because the owner pays the bills.

Credit: Tucson News Now.

He also shared that he lives in the community and has also been affected by the lack of power.

They’re talking about maybe closing down the trailer park [sic] because of all this so that means everybody will be out of a place,” said Vaughn. “I’ve paid, I’ve paid up full and I’m just irritated with the whole situation.

According to the Pima County Assessor, California based Talazera Holding Group, LLC is the owner of the community.

The Daily Business News has covered a number of cases involving mismanagement of information and property recently, including a similar case in Pennsylvania. ##

(Image credits are as shown above.)

RC Williams, for Daily Business News, MHProNews.

Submitted by RC Williams to the Daily Business News for MHProNews.

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