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Saunders said the prior owners, the Richter Family Trust, had the benefit of inheriting the park and were able to keep the rents artificially low. But many of the residents, who moved to the 55 plus senior housing community as an affordable option upon retiring, live on a fixed income and stated that they will not be able to afford to pay the rent increases. As a result, 33 of the mobile homes in the park are for sale according to residents, though Saunders disputes the of homes for sales in the park.
Seniors living at Rancho La Paz mobile home park will now have a couple of choices in rent subsidies after the Fullerton City Council unanimously voted to implement a renter subsidy. Seniors forced council discussions in both cities after they began lobbying the cities for help in March because the mobile home park straddles the border of Fullerton and Anaheim. Because of their lobbying effortsresidents were able to negotiate gradual rent increases over the next five years and the owner, John Saunders, agreed to fund a rent subsidy program also. In an Aug.
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