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"It's horrible. All they have to do is fix the water," said Jenny, an Evergreen Park resident.
She admitted her place needs work but said it's not unfit for her or her young son.
"They want these trailers gone, regardless if it's safe. They're not going to buy it back. They're saying, 'Tough.' There's no love. What are we supposed to do? Our home, our lives, memories, gone," Jenny said.
BROUGHT IN COMMUNITY THE CITY BROUGHT IN COMMUNITY ADVOCATES HOUSING COUNSELORS TO TRY TO HELP THOSE RESIDENTS BEING FORCED OUT TO FIND NEW HOMES. THEY SAY IDEALLY THE RESIDENTS IN THE UNFIT HOMES WILL ALL BE OUT BY TOMORROW.
The Department of Neighborhood Services told WISN 12 News that long term, the city won't own the property, but whether it will be sold with the mobile homes still intact remains undecided.THIS IS MY HOME. THIS IS THE ONLY THING HE KNOWS. DOZENS; FORCED TO MOVE WITH VERY LITTLE WARNING. THE CITY SAYS THEIR HOMES ARE UNINHABITABLE. 12 NEWS REPORTER NICK BOHR IS LIVE AT THE EVERGREEN PARK MOBILE HOME COMMUNITY ON SOUTH 27TH. WITH SOME VERY WORRIED RESIDENTS. THEY'RE TRYING TO MOVE OUT AS FAST AS THEY CAN. AT LEAST TEN OF THE 42 UNITS Nike Lebron Galaxy
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PAY THE TAXES. AND THE DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES TELLS US THEY SOON FOUND A NUMBER OF THEM HAD "SERIOUS LIFE SAFETY DEFECTS." SOME OF THEM WERE INDEED IN VERY POOR CONDITION, TENANTS IN SLEEPING BAGS HUDDLED IN FRONT OF ELECTRIC SPACE HEATERS AND THE TEMPERSATURE WAS IN THE NEGATIVE DIGITS, SO OBVIOUSLY WE HAD TO MOVE. IT'S HORRIBLE. ALL THEY HAVE TO DO IS FIX THE WATER. A RESIDENT NAMED JENNY ADMITS HER PLACE NEEDS WORK. BUT SAYS IT'S NOT UNFIT FOR HER . OR HER YOUNG SON. THEY WANT THESE TRAILERS GONE, REGARDLESS IF IT'S SAFE, THEY'RE NOT GOING TO BUY IT BACK, THEY'RE SAYING, TOUGH. THERE'S NO LOVE. WHAT ARE WE SUPPOSED TO DO? OUR HOME, OUR LIVES, MEMORIES, GONE. THE CITY Nike Zoom Crusader All Star
HERE HAVE ALREADY BEEN DEEMED UNFIT FOR HUMAN HABITATION. AFTER THE CITY FORECLOSED ON THE ENTIRE PROPERTY. AND STARTED DOING INSPECTIONS. SOME RESIDENTS HAVE BEEN GIVEN JUST A DAY TO GET OUT. TRT 1:22 :08 :35 1:06 THE ORANGE CONDEMNATION NOTICES STARTED GOING UP FRIDAY AT EVERGREEN PARK. RESIDENT KATHY KING SAYS THEY DON'T HAVE A LOT OF OPTIONS. I HAVE NO CAR TO LIVE IN, I DON'T KNOW WHERE WE'RE GOING TO GO, THAT'S A GOOD QUESTION. I DREAD TONIGHT, SCARED TO DEATH. THE CITY OF MILWAUKEE SEIZED THE PROPERTY WHEN THE PREVIOUS OWNER DIDN'T Nike Lebron James 14
"Some of them were indeed in very poor condition tenants in sleeping bags huddled in front of electric space heaters and the temperature was in the negative digits, so Nike Zoom Kd 4 obviously we had to move," said Todd Weiler of the Department of Neighborhood Services.
The city of Milwaukee seized the property when the previous owner didn't pay the taxes. The Department of Neighborhood Services told WISN 12 News it soon found a number of them had "serious life safety defects."
The city brought in Community Advocates housing counselors to try to help those residents being forced out to find new homes. They said ideally, the residents in the unfit homes will all be out by Tuesday.
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