In this Aug, 28, 2019 photo shows the Hill-N-Park subdivision near Greeley , Colo. The Hill-N-Park subdivision in unincorporated Weld County lured residents who were attracted to the idea of getting away from city life and the higher taxes that come with it. Unlike many mobile home parks, the subdivision was unique in that most of the lots were owner-occupied, not rentals. But now, many feel abandoned by local officials as they deal with isolation from services and rising costs.(Natalie Dyer/Greeley Tribune via AP)  

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