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Pine Gardens Tenants Association will meet on January 30

To The Daily Sun,

The Pine Gardens Tenants Association is excited to announce we will be having a meeting on Saturday, Jan. 30 at 10 a.m. at the Belknap County Complex located at 32 County Drive in Laconia. This will be the same room we used at our very first meeting we held in April 2015, when we had over 50 tenants attend. There is no need to RSVP.

All residents living in Pine Gardens Mobile Home Park are welcome, with the exception of any Pine Gardens employees. Park management is not allowed at these meetings.

Lois Parris, the president of Manufactured Home Owners and Tenants Association of New Hampshire (MOTA-NH) will be there. MOTA-NH has grown into an organization that has influenced change affecting lives, and helping to provide positive direction to so many people across the Granite State and across the United States. Their mission is to improve the quality, safety and standard of living for all manufactured home owners in New Hampshire. They do this by introducing and supporting legislation regarding manufactured home owners and tenant's rights, providing technical assistance to tenants associations, and monitoring legal decisions concerning home owners and tenants.

We look forward to seeing you at the meeting.

David Estes, President

David Thomson, Vice President

Simone Henderson, Treasurer

Judy Estes, Secretary

Julie Woodbury, Tenant

Pine Gardens Tenants Association


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A short and sweet rebuttal to a rebuttal: thank you!

To The Daily Sun,

In last Friday's edition of The Daily Sun, a rebuttal letter was written and I was cited in this letter by Mr. Bill Seed.

My response is going to be short and sweet. Mr. Seed? Thank you!

Judi Leavitt

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