Monthly Archives: October 2014

Homeless During Relocation, You Can Help

Judy (a paraplegic) and her husband (three time heart attack survivor), residents of the Mission Trails Mobile Home Community, became homeless during relocation after being displaced by developers. Please consider helping. We need your support. Thank you! Continue reading

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Email from Lisa De Los Santos sent to Interim Mayor and current City Council

Email from Lisa De Los Santos sent to Interim Mayor and current City Council OCT 8, 2014 Good morning, I was a resident at Mission Trails MHC for 3 years, I have relocated to a community outside of the city to hopefully … Continue reading

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Lamplighter: Relocation Option in District #2 (Photos)

This is the relocation option offered to displaced residents from Mission Trails Mobile Home Park.  It is in District #2 on the Northeast side of San Antonio, off of Rittiman and I35:

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Lake Village: Relocation Option in District #3 (Photos)

Lake Village: Option for Relocation in District #3 (Photos) The pictures speak for themselves… Instead of a sign for the park there is this sign for fracking lodging at the front. The rest of the park shows this type of … Continue reading

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Garden Valley: Relocation Option in District #4 (Photos)

District #3 representative Rebecca Viagran and developers worked out this “deal” for residents to relocate to here, another mobile home park in District #4:

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Neighbor Are You Next?

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REMOVAL BY REZONING: A TIMELINE RECAP

REMOVAL BY REZONING:   A TIMELINE RECAP In early 2014, residents of Mission Trails Mobile Home Community noticed 2 yellow yard signs near the entrance of 1515 Mission Road, where they live.  The signs announced an upcoming rezoning case (Zoning Case … Continue reading

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