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Vista Village representative addresses town council

May 11, 2006|by TIFFANY ARNOLD

HANCOCK - A representative speaking on behalf of Vista Village residents urged Hancock town officials to address rumors that the town was unconcerned about the fate of the mobile home community.

Deborah Cohill of the Interfaith Service Coalition said that developers had plans to build town houses where Vista Village now stands. But it was uncertain when or if Vista Village's tenants would have to move.

Cohill asked town officials to visit with residents, whom she said believed that town officials "didn't care" about what happened to them.

Mayor Daniel Murphy said he already had received several phone calls on the matter, and said town officials would be glad to visit with residents in order to ease their concerns, though several council members said they also were unclear about what developers planned to do at Vista Village.

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