Q: How are people getting $10,000 to relocate when they were living on government land and were forced to move in ca
The $10,000 relocation assistance program you may be referring to is called the Mobilehome Park Resident Impact Fund (MPRIF) in California. The MPRIF was created to assist mobilehome park residents who are forced to relocate due to park closures, conversions, or other changes in land use. Eligible residents can apply for a grant of up to $10,000 to help cover moving costs, utility fees, and other expenses associated with relocating their mobilehome.
To qualify for the MPRIF program, the resident must have lived in the mobilehome park for at least 180 days prior to receiving a notice of closure or change in land use. The park must also have at least ten mobilehome lots, and the resident must own and occupy their mobilehome as their primary residence.
Residents can apply for the MPRIF program through the California Department of Housing and Community Development. It is important to note that not all residents who apply will receive the full $10,000 grant, as the amount of funding available may vary depending on the number of applicants and the available funding.
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