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Tenant alleges management and Tribes did nothing about problems in Riverview Mobile Home Park

John Gutekunst and Parker Pioneer September 30, 2019

Danny Ingram, a tenant in the Riverview Mobile Home & RV Park, points to a septic facility he and his wife, Rene Cooper, claim is leaking into the Colorado River, which can be seen in the background.

Residents at Riverview have complained of poor quality drinking water. This water filter on a resident’s mobile home had been installed less than three weeks before this photo was taken.

Rene Cooper is one of the tenants at Riverview Mobile Home & RV Park. Like all the others, she received notice from the Colorado River Indian Tribes that the park would be closed at the end of February 2020. However, she wants to do something about it. One of her claims is the previous management and the Tribes knew the infrastructure of the park is in bad shape, and the Tribes were made aware of possible environmental violations. In spite of this, no actions were taken to remedy the situation.

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