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Residents of Closing Manufactured Home Community have Concerns Addressed

June 17th, 2015 Comments off

gerry park for mobile homes  gary indiana google photosUpdating a story MHProNews posted June 10, 2015 regarding the closing of Gerry Park for Mobile Homes in Gary, Indiana, and residents concerns of having to move, Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson says a meeting between company officials and residents has resolved some of the issues.

No company representative was at the previous meeting, leading the mayor to ask for another meeting at which Arogas, Inc. officials said they did not realize some resident concerns, such as manufactured homes with patios attached. In addition, some of the destination communities may not be ready to accept new residents by the end of June. Arogas had offered residents $3,810 if they moved by the end of June.

Mayor Freeman-Wilson was told by company officials they had reached agreements with about 70 percent of the residents, although some residents have retained an attorney and have a list of concerns they want addressed, according to nwitimes.

My overwhelming sentiment from the meeting was that while the residents still remain concerned and understandably so— that’s their home — that the leadership from Arogas is willing to work with the residents and they certainly heard their concerns. And I think that ultimately the residents will be treated in a fair and equitable manner,” Freeman-Wilson said.

She added that while negotiations are between private parties, the city of Gary is willing to help if possible. ##

(Photo credit: google images-Gerry Park for Mobile Homes, Gary, Indiana)

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Black Diamond Setting its Financials for Release

February 1st, 2013 Comments off

Modular builder and energy services provider Black Diamond Group Limited of Calgary, Alberta, Canada announces it will release its year-end and fourth quarter financials after the market closes Tue., March 12, 2013. Top company officials will discuss the results at 4:30 MST that same day. As PRWeb tells MHProNews, from operations in Canada, the U. S. and Australia, Black Diamond rents and sells modular workforce housing and other modular buildings to a range of industries from energy and construction, to education, government and military. It also supplies many supportive services.

(Image credit: GlobalRegina–Mancamp in Canada)

Second Stone Creek Plant Folds

May 28th, 2012 Comments off

MHProNews.com reported in a story earlier today a Stone Creek Homes facility in Marshall County, Indiana south of South Bend abruptly closed its doors earlier this week, allegedly with no advance warning and without paying the 40 employees. Now word comes to us from WOWT-TV that the Stone Creek Homes plant in Central City, Nebraska in the southeast part of the state just as abruptly closed Thursday with no warning, idling 40 employees there as well. As in the Indiana closure, company officials allegedly did not return phone calls for comment. A city official said the company built modular homes. Stay tuned for further details as they unfold.

(Photo credit: WOWT-TV)