PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – Residents at Lakeside Park Estates to start with known as us before this week, to demonstrate us their eviction notices they’d been sent – which only gave them weeks to pack up and go away their properties.

The residence owner hadn’t responded to requests for remark from Nearby 10, but did hand out another letter to citizens.

And this was an about-face for family members at the cell dwelling community.

Fewer than 24 hours immediately after we exposed these resident fears, the men and women living at the mobile property group acquired a assertion, saying the purchase to evict that they had gained was an “unintended misunderstanding.”

“I never fully grasp how handing out eviction notices or tenancy terminations is an ‘unintentional misunderstanding,’” one person claimed.

The letter also claims the assets owner is on the lookout forward to performing with people to uncover a “fair and equitable conclusion” to all of this.

On Friday night, these neighbors claimed they welcome the grace and mercy available in the letter.


“It’s a minor aid.”

“The letter is good, but what we really want is compensation.”

So, how long will these people get to remain? And will they be compensated?

Previously on in the scenario, Silvia Diaz held up the copy of a look at prepared to the Lakeside Park Estates. She paid $7,920 to be ready to park her cellular home there for a year, starting off March 15. Diaz was quite stressed — and she was not alone. She and all of the Lakeside Park Estate inhabitants, which includes lots of retirees, been given the 30-working day eviction detect.

One of them claimed, “With the true estate costs, wherever are men and women meant to stay?”

The adhere to-up letter stated, “We apologize for the confusion that this unintended misunderstanding might have induced. We glance ahead to working collectively with all involved.”

Diaz’s neighbor, Walter Jaramillo, suspected the home was being bought for redevelopment.

A Broward County federal government official recently verified Jaramillo’s suspicions.


The Trinity Broadcasting Community, an international Christian-based broadcast tv network, owns the property at 3300 Pembroke Road, just west of Interstate 95, in Pembroke Park.

Diaz explained she located it ironic that a Christian business would be so swift to harm so lots of persons.

“A large amount of men and women that say that they are Christians and even my Bible states that quite a few will come to him in the past times and they’ll say to Jesus, ‘Didn’t I do this? Did not I prophesize? Did not I mend?’ And he states, ‘I do not know you!’” archives

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People of a South Florida cell home community are currently being pressured out on to the avenue, with some offered just a several weeks to clear out.

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