Mobile Seclusion Park on Seclusion Park Road will be shut down by the beginning of next year. The park owner sold the property and a developer wants to move in. The Wake County Board of Commissioners voted to accept a recommendation to have the property rezoned from an RMH to an R-30. Now eight families of the mobile homes must move out and leave the area by Jan. 1, 2016, after living there for more than 20 years.
Mobile Seclusion Park on Seclusion Park Road will be shut down by the beginning of next year. The park owner sold the property and a developer wants to move in. The Wake County Board of Commissioners voted to accept a recommendation to have the property rezoned from an RMH to an R-30. Now eight families of the mobile homes must move out and leave the area by Jan. 1, 2016, after living there for more than 20 years. JONATHAN M. ALEXANDER jalexander@newsobserver.com
Mobile Seclusion Park on Seclusion Park Road will be shut down by the beginning of next year. The park owner sold the property and a developer wants to move in. The Wake County Board of Commissioners voted to accept a recommendation to have the property rezoned from an RMH to an R-30. Now eight families of the mobile homes must move out and leave the area by Jan. 1, 2016, after living there for more than 20 years. JONATHAN M. ALEXANDER jalexander@newsobserver.com

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