Fresno leaders meet with trailer park residents

Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer and other city leaders met with residents of the Trails End Mobile Home Park in Fresno to provide information about how the park will be managed in the upcoming days and weeks.

Residents had hoped that the city would somehow block the sale of the trailer park to Harmony Communities but Mayor Dyer said that the city did not have the legal jurisdiction to stand in the way of the sale.

These are the images from that meeting:

Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer meets with Trails End Mobile Home Park resident Heidi Phipps and her family at the park on Friday, March 25, 2022. Dyer and Fresno City Councilmember Garry Bredefeld spoke to residents to discuss concerns about the possible sale of the park to Harmony Communities on Friday, March 25, 2022.
Trails End Mobile Home Park residents listen to Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer and Fresno City Councilmember Garry Bredefeld during a meeting at the park on Friday, March 25, 2022.
Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer, right, and Fresno City Councilmember Garry Bredefeld speak to each other after arriving at the Trails End Mobile Home Park in Fresno to speak to residents on Friday, March 25, 2022.
Trails End Mobile Home Park resident Patricia Shawn holds up signs protesting the possible sale of the park to Harmony Communities, as Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer and Fresno City Councilmember Garry Bredefeld arrive to speak to residents on Friday, March 25, 2022.
California Rural Legal Assistance attorney Mariah Thompson provides input from residents of the Trails End Mobile Home Park during a meeting by Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer and Fresno City Councilmember Garry Bredefeld at the park on Friday, March 25, 2022.

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