Cottonwood Mobile Home Residents Story – continued

I’ve been following the saga of Cottonwood Heights Mobile Home Residents facing eviction from their homes due to development of the land on which their homes sit.

KUER Radio’s site has this piece from September that I imagine is still relevant (for donations)to help displaced residents with the costs of having to move:
Mobile Home Owners Move to Make Way for Development

COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, UT (2006-09-18) Children, the elderly, and the working poor – all residents of the 50-year-old Meadows Mobile Home Estates in Cottonwood Heights are faced with moving out of their mobile homes to make way for a new upscale development. But most of the families don’t have the money to move.
Tax deductible donations to the Meadows Relocation Fund can be made to the Community Action Program in Salt Lake City or deposits can be made at any JP Morgan Chase Bank in the Meadows Relocation Fund account.

Salt Lake Community Action Program
764 S 200 West Salt Lake City, Ut 84101 (801)359-2444 (801)355-1798 (f)

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