Due to the close proximity of the dairies and pipelines to the communities of Shafter, Buttonwillow, and Rio Bravo Greely, an analysis of impacts of exposure to sensitive receptors must be conducted.
OASIS — Forty-nine organizations and individuals sent a letter to the California Senate and Assembly Budget Committees to ask for funding to relocate residents of Oasis Mobile Home Park in the Eastern Coachella Valley to new quality affordable housing in a safe community.
The residents of the Oasis Mobile Home Park filed a complaint in January seeking to hold the ownership of the mobile home park accountable for failure to correct water, housing and contract violations.[Read: Chasing ‘home’ in Oasis]
As part of their efforts, residents are requesting a state budget allocation of $30 million to relocate the families to safer housing. A petition also seeks to garner support for the families. You can sign your name and support here.
Read the letters below that were sent to the budget committees.
Senate Budget Committee LetterSenate-Budget-Oasis-MHP-2.19.21
Assembly Budget Committee LetterAssembly-Budget-Oasis-MHP-2.19.21
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