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Cameron Herrington, anti-displacement coordinator for the non-profit Living Cully neighborhood group, speaks with a Cedar Shade Mobile Home Park resident about plans to help keep the park and others in the city from being re-developed, protecting existing low-income housing.

Cameron Herrington, anti-displacement coordinator for the non-profit Living Cully neighborhood group, speaks with a Cedar Shade Mobile Home Park resident about plans to help keep the park and others in the city from being re-developed, protecting existing low-income housing.

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Fighting Displacement

Zoning plan to protect affordable Mobile Home Parks

The city’s 56 mobile home parks are some the most affordable residential areas left in Portland and many of the residents of these parks cannot financially afford to move.