Residents of Albemarle Mobile Home Pa...

Residents of Albemarle Mobile Home Park Forced to Relocate

There are 103 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Feb 9, 2013, titled Residents of Albemarle Mobile Home Park Forced to Relocate. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

Families in a mobile home park are outraged, claiming they are being forced to pack up and move with nowhere to go.

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“Equal Opportunity Not Results!”

Since: Nov 08

Charlottesville

#62 Feb 13, 2013
Poker But wrote:
<quoted text>Read it again, dumbo. It says some own their mobile homes.
I don't care what one or two of the residents told a reporter about owning their home. Maybe they said it out of anger or embarrassment. But you are more than welcome to go to the Albemarle County GIS site and see for yourself that CMA properties owns everyone one of those sites.
Hmmmmm

Harrisonburg, VA

#63 Feb 13, 2013
not a libtard wrote:
<quoted text>
did we even have cell phones in 1984? i really do not think so!! but then again that is just a pesky thing called a FACT!! something libtards pay no attention to!!
You may not be a "libtard" but you are quite obviously some kind of a worse "tard" - tea-tard, repub-tard, common-sense-tard, conserva-tard, or whatever.

The points about the phone program are quite correct - if you would bother to pick up the factual and full history of the whole thing.

But I'd imagine you won't be bothered.

And, btw, dictionaries and political scientists like to get off on splitting hairs between things like "constitutional republics" vs. "representative democracies." The fact is that our state business is handled by representatives who are elected by popular vote the public. Pulling out academic distinctions is less than helpful.

So I'm with "more fed up" on all points. You are spouting off about nothing - angry that you can see the depths of your own errors looming.
Poker But

Chesapeake, OH

#64 Feb 13, 2013
C-Ville Patriot wrote:
<quoted text>so tell us how many of these trailers are owned by a resident?
The story says some. Go door to door and ask them, dumbo!
Poker But

Chesapeake, OH

#65 Feb 13, 2013
Liberalace wrote:
<quoted text>
I thought so. The ones that scream "rent me" as you drive by, with their lovely upkeep and window treatments. Look, there is a well-funded SPCA a block up the street with large-dog cages where these folks could temporarily live until they get back on their feet. After all, they've only been given 4.5 months' notice.
R.I.P.: Noah Beery
Maybe we need to find the thickest chain & tie you up to that chained kennel & to be nice we will give you a bone with some meat on it.

“Equal Opportunity Not Results!”

Since: Nov 08

Charlottesville

#66 Feb 13, 2013
Poker But wrote:
<quoted text>The story says some. Go door to door and ask them, dumbo!
I don't need to I referred to the Albemarle County GIS site.
Poker But

Chesapeake, OH

#67 Feb 13, 2013
C-Ville Patriot wrote:
<quoted text>I don't care what one or two of the residents told a reporter about owning their home. Maybe they said it out of anger or embarrassment. But you are more than welcome to go to the Albemarle County GIS site and see for yourself Othat CMA properties owns everyone one of those sites.
Of course they own the site, it doesn't mean they own all of the trailers, dumbo!
oldman

Charlottesville, VA

#68 Feb 13, 2013
greenpiece wrote:
Where is it? I'm only familliar with Southwood in the county.
Just like the septic problems with the mobile home park at Zion Crossroads, the trailers are gone and now it's for sale!
It's on Berkmar, just off of Rio Road.

“Keeping life realistic”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#69 Feb 13, 2013
Poker But wrote:
<quoted text>The story says some. Go door to door and ask them, dumbo!
Them owning the trailers is a moot point anyway. They don't own the property they sit on. Stallings is wasting $ by spending $ on that pigsty. Why would a homebuilder that makes most of his money building Glenmore homes and the like want to be know for owning what is not far off from being an unsanctioned landfill?
Sorry about your luck, you have 4 months to find other housing. Section 8 exists.
oldman

Charlottesville, VA

#70 Feb 13, 2013
C-Ville Patriot wrote:
<quoted text>I don't care what one or two of the residents told a reporter about owning their home. Maybe they said it out of anger or embarrassment. But you are more than welcome to go to the Albemarle County GIS site and see for yourself that CMA properties owns everyone one of those sites.
You can own the trailor, but lease the land from someone else

“Equal Opportunity Not Results!”

Since: Nov 08

Charlottesville

#71 Feb 13, 2013
Poker But wrote:
<quoted text>Of course they own the site, it doesn't mean they own all of the trailers, dumbo!
Thanks for proving my point that the company owns the right to do what he wants with his land. So if the actual trailer owner rented a site they must have know that there was a possibility of this happening. Prepare for future events to avoid hardship is something that these residents should have planned for. Also since they are only leasing owners are only required to give a 30 day notice.

Sorry, but bad decisions come with bad consequences.

“Keeping life realistic”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#73 Feb 13, 2013
I'll bet bbq and a beer that every one of those trailers ends up in a dumpster and hauled away. AFTER anything of value is removed during"eviction"
not a libtard

Charlottesville, VA

#74 Feb 13, 2013
Hmmmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
You may not be a "libtard" but you are quite obviously some kind of a worse "tard" - tea-tard, repub-tard, common-sense-tard, conserva-tard, or whatever.
The points about the phone program are quite correct - if you would bother to pick up the factual and full history of the whole thing.
But I'd imagine you won't be bothered.
And, btw, dictionaries and political scientists like to get off on splitting hairs between things like "constitutional republics" vs. "representative democracies." The fact is that our state business is handled by representatives who are elected by popular vote the public. Pulling out academic distinctions is less than helpful.
So I'm with "more fed up" on all points. You are spouting off about nothing - angry that you can see the depths of your own errors looming.
did you just pass gas?
sure sounded like it!!
Tough times

Charlottesville, VA

#76 Feb 13, 2013
It's hard for anyone to relocate when it's not their choice, but just like anyone who rents you're not guarunteed anything beyond the terms of the lease. People may not like it but that's the owners choice and he's giving them 4 months notice which is a lot more than some would give.
Poker But

Chesapeake, OH

#77 Feb 13, 2013
"Cville Patriot"
You are wrong again. The property owner has to give 180 days to move out according to the MHLRA.
The mobile home owners need to contact Legal Aid.
Hmmmmm

Harrisonburg, VA

#78 Feb 13, 2013
not a libtard wrote:
<quoted text>
did you just pass gas?
sure sounded like it!!
The depth of your intellect and contribution to public discourse on matters of great importance is truly dizzying.

“Keeping life realistic”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#79 Feb 13, 2013
Poker But wrote:
"Cville Patriot"
You are wrong again. The property owner has to give 180 days to move out according to the MHLRA.
The mobile home owners need to contact Legal Aid.
Actually that is not correct. The time is 60 days, unless there are other circumstances. If you were to follow the letter of the MHLRA, any of the renters could be evicted for the sad state of the place. I have fallen though a hole in the floor of one of those trailers before while working, and I'm pretty sure it is still there years later.
There are at least 3 home there that get visits weekly from the local LE for drunken distubances, and the list goes on.
not a libtard

Charlottesville, VA

#80 Feb 13, 2013
Hmmmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
You may not be a "libtard" but you are quite obviously some kind of a worse "tard" - tea-tard, repub-tard, common-sense-tard, conserva-tard, or whatever.
The points about the phone program are quite correct - if you would bother to pick up the factual and full history of the whole thing.
But I'd imagine you won't be bothered.
And, btw, dictionaries and political scientists like to get off on splitting hairs between things like "constitutional republics" vs. "representative democracies." The fact is that our state business is handled by representatives who are elected by popular vote the public. Pulling out academic distinctions is less than helpful.
So I'm with "more fed up" on all points. You are spouting off about nothing - angry that you can see the depths of your own errors looming.
yeah hmmmm is what i say when i am fed up too!!
what mental giant you are!!
let me guess you have the slogan "yes we can" memorized dont you?
bet you were wet last night as your "dear leader" farted onstage and wasted everyones time and said nothing!!
Poker But

Chesapeake, OH

#82 Feb 13, 2013
Laughing at the fools wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually that is not correct. The time is 60 days, unless there are other circumstances. If you were to follow the letter of the MHLRA, any of the renters could be evicted for the sad state of the place. I have fallen though **** in the floor of one of those trailers before while working, and I'm pretty sure it is still there years later.
There are at least 3 home there that get visits
weekly from the local LE for drunken
distubances, and the list goes on.
Are you a lawyer? You are wrong, the law says 180 days. Too bad you didn't get buried when you fell through the floor! Are you one of the drunken "disturbances"?
Native

Charlottesville, VA

#83 Feb 13, 2013
It has Been 5 hours since anyone spouted about Scottsville's Dumler...who would have thought this would be the topic to turn off the heat under that teapot?

“Keeping life realistic”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#84 Feb 13, 2013
Poker But wrote:
<quoted text>Are you a lawyer? You are wrong, the law says 180 days. Too bad you didn't get buried when you fell through the floor! Are you one of the drunken "disturbances"?
180 days IF the MHP has to close due to changes. Greenfield has covered their rears. They have chosen not to renew the leases, which will all be up by that time. In other words, it doesn't matter what reason, they just aren't going to renew. So the 180 day window isn't appropriate anyway, back to the normal 60 days. Greenfield is providing all residents with all the help they can to get them into new locations, more than they are obligated to.
You're awful bitter, do you need a hug? Maybe a binkie?

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