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Seminole Tribe forcing mobile home residents to leave

miamiherald.com (1 year and 9 months ago)

Oct 5, 2012

Residents of the Seminole Mobile Home Estates feel betrayed by the tribe’s decision to kick them out in order to build new homes for tribal members. The mobile home residents believed their leases were good until 2024. full story

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