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Chris Parrish, owner of Parrish Manor mobile home park in southeast Raleigh is lobbying both Raleigh and Wake County for funding for construction of a hardened tornado shelter that would double as a community center. Parrish Manor on Jones Sausage Road was built on 65 acres of Parrish family land in 1998 and currently has 280 homes with over 900 residents, almost half of them children. Harry Lynch The News & Observer

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UPDATED June 11, 2015 03:02 PM

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