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Owners of Beaverton mobile home community respond to residents concerns over eviction

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Property owners are responding after people in a Beaverton mobile home community said they were afraid they would soon be kicked out of their homes.

Earlier this week, people living in the Heritage Village Mobile Home community met to figure out their options, saying the property owners sent them a list of things to fix around their homes and if they don't, they could be kicked out.

On Thursday, the property owners responded to Fox 12's request for a statement. They said there were complaints about the condition, and safety concerns of some homes. So they decided to bring more uniformity to the community with the help of residents.

In June, the owners did home inspections. Then a few weeks later said they told each person about the issues they would need to address.

The property owners also add that they provided free services to these people, including dumpsters, tree removal, and free mulch and paint.

They also added most residents are complying with their requests.

A spokesperson for the residents said they are possibly working on a committee and a lawyer, and their next community meeting is September 6 at 7 p.m.

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