mobile home


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mobile home

living quarters mounted on wheels and capable of being towed by a motor vehicle
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Anyone who owns a mobile home and not received a tax bill by April.
Our research assessed the complex interplay of residential vulnerability and hazard risk in shaping the character of tornado impacts in the United States, revealing an initial understanding of how and why mobile home residents are killed disproportionately in tornadoes compared to other housing, particularly in the Southeast.
Continental now has spaces for about 1,700 mobile homes in six parks it owns in Minnesota.
The Green Mobile Home was recently exhibited at the Manila FAME, which was held from October 20 to 22, and will soon be making its round of exhibits before finally traveling throughout the Philippines with the goal of educating more and more Filipinos on the benefits of sustainable energy.
Roofs in a mobile home park are damaged from Hurricane Irma Tuesday, Sept.
A car adjacent to the mobile home - which was reduced to a charred hulk - also was damaged, according to Ney.
Mobile homes can be moved, but relocating them is expensive and they are typically considered permanent housing.
Kareem Abdullah, who travelled from Abu Dhabi to Fujairah to buy a mobile home, said such homes provide a "distinguished service".
Like Cleveland Mobile Home Park in Richland, the Pearl park "has a constitutional right to continue its enjoyment of its property and the action by the City is a violation of Homewood's constitutional right to enjoy its property," the judge said.
He says the contractors' decision to demolish her mobile home rather than remove it appears to be based on economic grounds and says to remove it would obviously cost a lot more.
The transaction included the Twin Pines Mobile Home Park in White Hall.
Caption: A glimpse of MTC's 31st Mobile Home in Okahandja another of MTC's drive to dominate the telecommunication industry