The Edgewood Mobile Home Park is inviting all residents to a meeting in Taylor.
All residents are invited and the parks current owner, Bruce Hagal, along with any future owners is invited.
Bruce Hagal has a four-year history with the park, after his friend bought the business in 2005, with Mr. Hagal as a silent partner.
Hagal says the park had many problems with the lagoon. He says he was forced to issue a written request to residents for a voluntary rent increase, or face immediate park closure.
He adds since then, residents have been taking steps to conserve water, and have bonded as a community to keep the park open but, he wants them to know they’re all on the same page.
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Jodi Howards owns two homes in the park. She says Hagal is looking at selling the park to help share responsibilities.
The meeting is open to all residents, and will be held at the Taylor Community Church on Saturday, February 28th at 7pm.