Be prepared to tell the story CLEARLY to the judge. Do it CLEARLY in writing. Then be prepared to TELL it out loud also. Some judges read, some listen, and you don’t know which, so be prepared.
The STORY you need to tell is the truth, how you’re working your butt off to make this community safe and clean and a great place to live for the residents, and you don’t know why anyone wouldn’t want that, and everyone but this guy has been working hard to make their homes and homesites look better. For some reason this guy refused to join his neighbors in making things look better, so you evicted him. End of story. You could care less about his color, race, religion, age, gender, familial status. You just want residents who keep things looking good, and are reasonably quiet and courteous to their neighbors, and pay on time. That’s it. They can be green, blue, or any color, as long as they do those things.
In a nutshell, that’s how to run a park. Never discuss protected Fair Housing category information about anyone, because really, who cares? Discrimination has no place in our society, and certainly not in housing. Instead, focus on what every housing provider cares about: Residents who pay on time, keep their homesite and the exterior of their home looking good, and are good neighbors who don’t disturb the community with loud music or speeding or other rule-breaking. Anyone who won’t comply SHOULD be evicted, because it’s not fair to all the residents who work hard to pay for a quiet, clean, safe place to live.