Park manager speaks out

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Upon receiving the Jan. 16 publication of the Miner, we were shocked to see the sex offender notification of a Duane Eugene Shurter living on the 600 block of Vista Sierra. This person is not approved to live in the Rancho San Manuel Mobile Home Park.

On Jan. 16 he was notified by Park management that he must vacate the premises immediately, which he did.

The rental application provided by the residents of this home did not include his name and information. He moved into the home on Vista Sierra without management’s knowledge. This is a violation of Rancho San Manuel’s Rules and Regulations.

On Jan. 17, park management met Lt. Villar of the Pinal County Sheriff’s Department and informed her of the situation. This individual is considered trespassing if he is anywhere in the Mobile Home Park.

Rancho San Manuel does a complete credit, eviction history, and criminal background check on all individuals that apply to rent a space or home and wish to live in the Mobile Home Park. Anyone wishing to reside in the park must first be approved by park management, regardless of whether or not they own the home.

Our priority is to make Rancho San Manuel a safe and enjoyable place to live for our residents.

/s/ Tim Dutra

Managing Member

Rancho San Manuel MHP, LLC

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