Saturday, February 25, 2012

Foreclosure Action, Threat Of Operator's License Revocation Add To Uncertainty For Residents In Mobile Home Park Saddled w/ Dozens Of Code Violations

In Kronenwetter, Wisconsin, the Wausau Daily Herald reports:

  • An Appleton bank is foreclosing on the owner of a troubled Kronenwetter mobile home park. Residents of Bouche’s Mobile Home Park received notice today that AnchorBank in Appleton filed foreclosure proceedings in Marathon County [] against park owner Randy Bouche.


  • The foreclosure is another blow for park residents, some of whom own their trailers and lease land in the park, others of whom rent trailers from Bouche. There are 19 privately-owned homes, four occupied rental trailers and 12 vacant trailers in the park. On Jan. 23 the Kronenwetter Village Board voted to revoke Bouche’s license to operate a mobile home park unless he fixes the homes and infrastructure in the park.

  • Village officials in December condemned six mobile homes in the trailer park at 1624 Old Highway 51 for health and building code violations, including plumbing issues, leaky roofs, and mold and holes in the ceilings, floors and walls of units.

For the story, see Bank forecloses on mobile home park owner.

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