By Tom Henderson • Staff Writer • 

Residents complain of mobile homeless village

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Remy is still involved with this?

That’s uh, too bad.


May I suggest that police inspect these parked vehicles daily for current tags and insurance.


Tough issue. You want to be compassionate because but for the grace of God there go any of us. But on the other hand, it's just not acceptable to have that going on in a neighborhood. I hope the City can figure out a good balanced way to take care of it.

Mac Native 66

Here's the solution to part of the problem. The city needs to put up NO PARKING VEHICLES OVER 7' HIGH signs along Doran Dr. It was done by Shari's on Baker St. and the Law office on Adams St. That will get rid of any tall vehicle parked there.


Seems like there must be an underutilized parking lot somewhere around town that could handle this issue......maybe the RV sales lot on Hwy 18 or the airport or an area on Riverside them an authorized place to go would at least stop the “whack a mole” enforcement being used now


Good suggestion tagup...and maybe the first time I've ever agreed with you on something. :)


Right, like the owner of the RV sales lot wants to put up with gypsies.


Well you don't know until you ask.....

Not sure what writing tickets for expired tags and insurance will do to solve the problem....if they can't pay for tags and insurance, they aren't likely to pay the fine either....

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