The new owners of a Big Pine Key (Fla.) RV park are moving forward with plans to maintain affordable housing there. But not everyone residing there will be able to stay, and some are facing eviction next week, the Key West Citizen reported.
Seahorse RV Park was bought by the owners of the marina in February 2014. The Monroe County government recognizes 125 RV and five mobile home spaces at the park, which has been a place where working people have lived permanently for at least a decade. Under county code, people are only suppose to stay in RV parks for six months.
About 50 full-time park residents learned Christmas week that they had two months to move.
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