Willits City Council to address mobile home rent stabilization

Residents from the Wagon Wheel and Valley Oaks mobile home parks are mobilizing to address the Willits City Council tonight, asking city officials to adopt a rent stabilization ordinance after an out of the area property management company’s acquisition of the properties led to rent increases and reported intimidation tactics against the elderly and low income tenants last summer.

A mediation meeting with Cheryl Abney, a 10-year resident at Wagon Wheel, Willits Senior Center Outreach Coordinator Priscilla Tarver, Vice Mayor Saprina Rodriguez, interim City Manager Bob Perrault and BoaVida park management representatives Abe Arrigotti and Ben Smith held last Wednesday at City Hall did not result in a resolution according to Perrault.

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