Cadott Village Board; Mobile home ages key in park improvements

Dave Knowles, Wagon Wheel Mobile Home Park, spoke to the board about bringing trailers older than 15 years old into the village, during a regular meeting June 17. Members voted to deny waivers for the two trailers at a previous meeting. Photo by Julia Wolf
Cadott’s ordinance on mobile home ages came to the forefront

By Julia Wolf

Cadott’s ordinance on mobile home ages came to the forefront, when management from Wagon Wheel Mobile Home Park attended a regular village meeting June 17, to ask board members to reconsider the denial of two trailer houses. 

The board denied waivers for allowing two trailer houses more than 15 years old, at a June 3 meeting, with plans to change the ordinance to remove the waiver option.

Aaron Hetchler, on-site manager for the park, and Dave Knowles, owner of the park, were on hand to ask for the denial to be reconsidered.

“Our goal, ever since I purchased this property, is to really kind of turn it around for the better,” said Knowles.


See Thursday, June 27, 2019, issue of the Courier Sentinel for more of this story. 

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