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Trailer court residents given five days to evacuate
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The Sleepy Hollow Trailer Court residents, many of whom are squatters,  have been given five days to evacuate the 1 ½ acre site at the corner of Moffat Boulevard and South Lincoln Avenue.

Agents of the State Housing and Community Development task force posted orange notices prohibiting occupancy in the site’s 21 mobile homes Friday morning.  They were accompanied by Manteca’s code enforcement officer Scott Cunningham and two Manteca Police officers.

The Bay Area owner of the trailer court, Mahesh Gogri, of Fremont, confirmed Friday that many of the residents have consistently not paid their rent for their occupancy at his facility.  He said residents who do not move their mobile homes by the five-day deadline will see them towed away.

  A more in depth story can be read in the weekend edition of the Manteca Bulletin on Saturday.