NAICS (US 2012) : Lessors of Other Real Estate Property (531190)
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SIC (US 1987) : Operators of Residential Mobile Home Sites (6515)
1695 Butte House Rd
Yuba City CA 95993
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SIC (US 1987) 6 digits : MOBILE HOMES-PARKS & COMMUNITIES (651501)
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Many of the residents are retired and say they cannot afford rent increases while living on a limited income, much less pay thousands of dollars to have their trailers moved to another park.
“We need you help,” Soyka told the council. “We just want to understand what is going on.”
“We seem to have a problem in this particular mobile home park,” Councilman Robert F. Dinsen said after listening to two hours of stories from residents protesting the $430 monthly payment. “But the solution is not to pass a rent moratorium on all 15 parks if we have a problem in only one.”
“I don’t want to mislead anyone here,” Councilman Mark Leyes said to residents who shouted angrily at the council all evening. “You are not going to get a rent moratorium from this council.”
With more than 100 residents of the Del Prado Mobile Home Park overflowing its chambers, the City Council refused to impose a rent moratorium on Del Prado’s owners, saying such an ordinance would have to apply to all 15 trailer parks in the city.
But council members stood their ground, repeatedly telling residents that the council will not use a blanket moratorium to solve a private dispute.
Residents of the trailer park on West Avenue asked the council at a hearing in early December to bar more rent increases; the council did not act on that request.
Since then, residents and the owners, Tatum & Kaplan Financial of Westwood, have been unable to agree on a lease to set future rent rates.
Vicki Talley, executive director of Manufactured Housing Educational Trust, a group of trailer park owners, said the rent increases at Del Prado were simply upward adjustments that brought the park’s rate closer to Garden Grove’s market rate. Since December, 1990, when the rent was $270, the owners have boosted it $85 in 1991 and $75 this year.
The City Council rejected a second plea for rent control from angry residents of a mobile home park who have watched their monthly payments soar more than 60% in the last 13 months.