This is whats happening in my area. Yes most of the parks are for sale but overpriced.
Trailer parks cited for health violations
By NoneRobert Houle By Philip Anselmo, staff writer
Canandaigua, N.Y. -
An investigation into the near squalid conditions of 16 mobile home parks in four counties recently led to a state Supreme Court settlement that requires the owners to clean up the parks and bring them up to code.
Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said Thursday that the parks in Ontario, Wayne, Yates and Steuben counties were found to be plagued by contaminated drinking water, leaking waste, mounting heaps of uncollected trash, rodent infestations and, in some cases, exposed electrical wires.
Edgetown Estates in Canandaigua and Vine Street in Naples, along with Westwinds, the Triangle Trailer Park, Willow Creek and Kyte Road in Manchester, were among the list of mobile home parks to be cited for repeated health code violations.
Repair orders issued by the court for Vine Street included exposed electrical boxes, uncollected trash heaps and driveway potholes.
Problem mobile home parks
The 16 mobile home parks found to be in repeated violation of health code were spread across four counties. They are: