Coolidge council approves big manufactured home subdivision

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Sun Communities.)

By Michael Maresh | Pinal Central

COOLIDGE — In a contentious meeting the Coolidge City Council on Monday approved a manufactured home community by a 5-2 vote.

The subdivision, to be called Hawk Hollow, would be owned and operated by Sun Communities on 319 acres at the southeast corner of Skousen and Martin roads.

Before the discussion and vote, several members of the public urged the council to vote no.

Their concerns were increased traffic on the surrounding roads, though Sun Communities said the company would pay to widen the roads.

Other residents were concerned that future homeowner in the community would never own the land where the manufactured home would be located.

Resident Angela Bowman pushed back on the manufactured homes coupled with rent prices of the lot being affordable.

Resident Rose Robertson simply said a $200,000 mobile home is not affordable, though she is all for growth.


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