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Abandoned mobile homes plague North Carolina 

Legislation in the works while cleanup stymies local governments

The abandoned trailers on Lots 166 and 167 at Stony Brook North Mobile Home Park in Raleigh sit as still as empty locust shells. Since last spring, when the homes were shed by their occupants, windows have been broken and sprayed with…

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