Family wants answers about mobile home permits

Posted at 5:44 PM, Jan 28, 2016
and last updated 2016-01-28 21:17:15-05

A family who was first displaced by the mobile home fire and then because their unit did not have the proper permit told 23ABC they have many unanswered questions from the management company.

The man did not want to be identified but said he feels let down by the company.He and his family have been in a hotel for the past four days with a young child and he said it isn't easy. 

"We have no where else to go, I feel like we're getting kicked out of our own place with no freaking word about it."

He said there have been mixed message from management everyday about whether or not he will be allowed in his unit or if he and his family will be staying at the hotel another night. 

"They have to send a guy out here every single day to pay for a night and we don't know if he's going to show up until we call him," he said.

23ABC reached out to Pama Management about the situation. The spokeswoman, Sherri Wilson, said the company only pays day to day because if a unit becomes available they will get the family out of the hotel immediately. 

Wilson said the families will be kept housed until everything is sorted out and they are sure the units are cleared for the families to return.

The man 23ABC spoke with said he just hopes the whole situation is over soon.

"I hope justice gets served. I hope everything gets fixed. I hope that it's a nice place to live. I'm kind of scared to go back, I really don't want to, but it's our only place."

Any of the displaced families who have unanswered questions from management can contact the corporate office at (626) 575-3070 ext. 230.