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  • Events | All Parks Alliance for Change
    651 644 5525 Fax 651 523 0173 Get Directions Email Us Home Events Events Saturday May 18 2013 Sat APAC s Bowling for Affordable Housing Start 3 00 pm End 5 00 pm Free Bowling Up to 3 games Free Bowling Shoe Rental Silent Auction When May 18th 2013 Where Park Tavern Bowling and Entertainment Center 3401 Louisiana Ave S Saint Louis Park Time 3 00 PM to 5 00

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  • Minnesota Manufactured Home Relocation Trust Fund
    in the state is eligible for compensation The legislation is available online here Do I have to pay the 12 annual fee Yes when the Trust Fund balance is below the 1 000 000 balance This is not an optional fee As with other laws the state does not consider following this law to be optional Your park owner pays for your lot up front and if the payment is not made to the park owner by the home owner when due under the new law the home owner could potentially be sued and made to pay the fee AND the park owners court costs By law you must pay the fee Why am I paying the park owner 12 Currently the Trust Fund has reached its cap and you should not be paying the park owner the 12 fee When the cap is removed the park owner may collect from residents the 12 as this was paid up front by the park owner This law was changed from a different collection method because it was not working properly and it was leaving almost half of the homeowners in the state ineligible or unprotected Can I send the money directly to the State of MN No The park owner is invoiced for all licensed lots in their park by the state They then have the option of collecting from the residents Does the park owner pay anything in to the trust fund Yes A park owner who closes a park is responsible for paying up to 3250 for each single wide and 6000 for each double wide at the time of closing Under what circumstances is compensation available through the Trust Fund How do I make a request In the event of a park closure the local municipality will appoint

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  • Events | All Parks Alliance for Change
    up for E Mail Updates Contact Us Tenant Hotline Metro 651 644 5525 Toll Free 1 855 361 2722 State Office 2380 Wycliff St 200 St Paul MN 55114 651 644 5525 Fax 651 523 0173 Get Directions Email Us Home Events Events Friday February 05 2016 Fri APAC Weekly Staff Meeting Start 10 00 am End 11 00 am APAC Weekly Staff Meeting 2380 Wycliff Street Suite 200 St

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  • Events | All Parks Alliance for Change
    up for E Mail Updates Contact Us Tenant Hotline Metro 651 644 5525 Toll Free 1 855 361 2722 State Office 2380 Wycliff St 200 St Paul MN 55114 651 644 5525 Fax 651 523 0173 Get Directions Email Us Home Events Events Friday February 12 2016 Fri APAC Weekly Staff Meeting Start 10 00 am End 11 00 am APAC Weekly Staff Meeting 2380 Wycliff Street Suite 200 St

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  • Tenant Hotline (Toll Free)
    we help residents to determine their rights and responsibilities We also answer questions about specific issues such as storm shelters pets leases and evictions Through the hotline residents are occasionally referred to the Attorney General s office foreclosure prevention programs and other legal aid programs We also use data from our hotline to determine which parks are most in need of workshops and resident association organizing campaigns The hotline provides

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  • NMHOA National Convention
    CFED provided full and partial scholarships to over 40 homeowners granting the means by which many participants were able to attend including dozens of new voices A particularly key point of growth at this convention was the presence of out of state resident leaders and allies with whom until now APAC leadership and staff have had limited or no interactions The convention wouldn t have been the same without their input and presence and we thank both the homeowners for taking the time and CFED for recognizing that homeowners are the key voice in the mobile justice movement The following are links to the session notes and handouts However this year s convention did not produce a high volume of notes If you have questions about a particular workshop please contact one of the panelists as listed on the Notes Simplified Agenda PDF attachment below 2008 MHOAA Convention Book Event Based Fundraising Session Notes Media Session Resources Notes Sample Press Release version 1 Sample Press Release version 2 Media Influence Issue Framing Handout Issue Framing Worksheet 2008 MHOAA National Convention Scholarship Attention The scholarship deadline has been extended to FRIDAY AUGUST 1st Please read these instructions and complete ALL forms prior to AUGUST 1 2008 Failure to do so may result in loss of scholarship Board Approval The scholarship will be awarded to the state homeowners association HOA rather than on an individual basis Each state HOA may qualify for up to two scholarships The board of said state HOA must demonstrate organizational support of the individuals homeowners attending from their group or state As such the board must fill out the form below in order for the scholarship to be approved When considering who to send from your organization we recommend that individual s are interested in and able to share information from their own state listen to and retain information gained at the convention and commit to reporting back any information or contacts gathered at the convention for the benefit of those who could not attend Types of Scholarships There is a limited pool of money potentially available to cover the following costs travel expenses airfare or gas lodging fees hotel costs and the conference registration fee To reduce costs all scholarship recipients should expect to share a room S he may choose her his own roommate or if there is no preference we will pick someone of the same gender If the recipient has concerns about this please contact the APAC office to discuss Please note that any portion of these expenses that you are able to pay for yourself will result in monies available for those that cannot cover any of their costs The less you are able to accept the more homeowners we can bring to the convention MHOAA Membership It is required that all recipients apply for MHOAA membership To receive a scholarship your organization must have filled out a MHOAA membership form and paid their first year s dues The MHOAA membership application

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  • 2007 MHOAA National Convention | All Parks Alliance for Change
    ever There were nearly 70 people mostly residents from about 20 states There was a wide ranging set of speakers and panels that all drew strong attendance and featured 31 presenters again mostly residents Everyone had a chance to pick up new information and form new relationships Just as importantly we left with a set of identified goals and actions as well as the following strategic vision Home owners set the agenda on issues that affect them State HOAs have the resources to be effective Park prejudice eliminated as a set of structural and institutional biases No stigma associated with manufactured home living Resident ownership of the land Fair rent for affordable housing Some of the action steps identified to act on this vision during the next year included Producing coverage of the manufactured home owners plight during the presidential campaign Setting up a communication network for MHOAA and member organizations Making active contact with all state HOAs Hiring a MHOAA grant writer and providing grant writing assistance Implementing the APAC model adequate resources paid staff strong organizing etc in three additional states Proposing or supporting federal public policy change Increasing racial and other diversity within MHOAA and at next year s national convention Developing a system for generating 30 or more phone calls whenever the media uses the T word State HOAs encouraging at least three more nonprofits to provide technical assistance for ROCs Ultimately this vision and these goals are only as meaningful as our follow through It is important to ensure prompt regular and consistent follow up to take advantage of this enthusiasm and momentum Enclosed you will find information that should be of assistance in following up or catching up for those of you unable to attend with various people and organizations We have put together the contact information for all attendees all other materials generated for and from the convention and typed up the notes from the sessions Some of the follow up steps we could all take together include Dedicating web space to national home owner association work including details and updates on the strategic plan s vision strategy goals and actions Establishing regular communication systems for MHOAA and member organizations including newsletters conference calls list serves bulletin boards blogs chat rooms etc Providing oversight through the MHOAA board of directors which includes establishing regular monthly meetings and identifying concrete steps each month to advance the strategic plan Engaging a broad range of home owners in implementing the strategic plan by identifying individual commitments conducting follow up and providing regular updates Conducting active outreach to involve all state HOAs in the ongoing development and implementation of the strategic plan Identifying capacity building needs and resources for MHOAA and member organizations as well as directly meeting some of those needs through training advise support etc APAC is currently in the process of completing an organizing manual and training curriculum covering topics such as establishing a shared vision building a constituent base developing leadership forming homeowner

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  • 2007 MHOAA National Convention | All Parks Alliance for Change
    convention ever There were nearly 70 people mostly residents from about 20 states There was a wide ranging set of speakers and panels that all drew strong attendance and featured 31 presenters again mostly residents Everyone had a chance to pick up new information and form new relationships Just as importantly we left with a set of identified goals and actions as well as the following strategic vision Home owners set the agenda on issues that affect them State HOAs have the resources to be effective Park prejudice eliminated as a set of structural and institutional biases No stigma associated with manufactured home living Resident ownership of the land Fair rent for affordable housing Some of the action steps identified to act on this vision during the next year included Producing coverage of the manufactured home owners plight during the presidential campaign Setting up a communication network for MHOAA and member organizations Making active contact with all state HOAs Hiring a MHOAA grant writer and providing grant writing assistance Implementing the APAC model adequate resources paid staff strong organizing etc in three additional states Proposing or supporting federal public policy change Increasing racial and other diversity within MHOAA and at next year s national convention Developing a system for generating 30 or more phone calls whenever the media uses the T word State HOAs encouraging at least three more nonprofits to provide technical assistance for ROCs Ultimately this vision and these goals are only as meaningful as our follow through It is important to ensure prompt regular and consistent follow up to take advantage of this enthusiasm and momentum Enclosed you will find information that should be of assistance in following up or catching up for those of you unable to attend with various people and organizations We have put together the contact information for all attendees all other materials generated for and from the convention and typed up the notes from the sessions Some of the follow up steps we could all take together include Dedicating web space to national home owner association work including details and updates on the strategic plan s vision strategy goals and actions Establishing regular communication systems for MHOAA and member organizations including newsletters conference calls list serves bulletin boards blogs chat rooms etc Providing oversight through the MHOAA board of directors which includes establishing regular monthly meetings and identifying concrete steps each month to advance the strategic plan Engaging a broad range of home owners in implementing the strategic plan by identifying individual commitments conducting follow up and providing regular updates Conducting active outreach to involve all state HOAs in the ongoing development and implementation of the strategic plan Identifying capacity building needs and resources for MHOAA and member organizations as well as directly meeting some of those needs through training advise support etc APAC is currently in the process of completing an organizing manual and training curriculum covering topics such as establishing a shared vision building a constituent base developing leadership forming

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