Hearing on mobile home park continued

PLANS have been submitted to use the site of an existing mobile home park in Westminster for a new housing tract (Orange County Tribune photo).

A public hearing Monday on the closure of a mobile home park in Westminster and its conversion into a housing project was continued to Feb. 26.

After hearing two hours of testimony – mostly from residents of the affected Green Lantern Village – the planning commission voted to continue the hearing for two weeks to allow additional input from the public.

Walsh Properties is proposing to close the park, located at 14352 Beapril to develop the 12.5-acre parcel that currently has 125 spaces.

According to Soroosh Rahbari, community development director for the City of Westminster, conversion of the park would require approval of the city, and if approved, would have to include provisions for relocation of the occupants of the park.




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