Residents of Lamplighter Village, a mobile home park, spend time outdoors in their community in Federal Heights, Colorado, in August 2019. Lamplighter is one of the communities under the Kingsley Management where residents received refunds for improper fees and held deposits after a settlement with the Colorado attorney general's office. (Kathryn Scott, Special to The Colorado Sun)

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