Clayton Parks sold their Communities to a new group called Yes Communities. Calyton did not adhere to park rules and Yes Communities is even worse.The same management and attorneys are used for this new entity and I question if there was much of a change other than to avoid compliance in ordinance and park rules and regulations of lease agreement.
Yes communities has been repeatedly asked to enforce these regulations by the residents and is ignoring these requests.
Lights were promised in the roads and they are not being provided....roads are not widened as requred by county ordinance and structures are added without permits which is destroying our investments.
Multiple families are being moved into small mobile homes devaluating our investment and park commitments and these families are not english speaking so when they violate rules, such as blocking roads leaving trash around and toys for the many children residing with them you cannot talk to them.
Infants are running all over on the roads leaving toys on the road for cars to hit and again, the management is turning a blind eye.
It is apparent some are not legal residents and there is a flag hung in a window at the entrance from another country.
Crime has increased at the same time.
The park has had homes valued up to 80k added with the promise the older homes would be replaced with new ones and when Yes Communities took over park rules and restrictions are being ignored.
This is a dispicable company as many existing residnets, like myself, are elderly and disabled and made a considerable investment in their property intending to retire here. Our property is being destroyed and we have no enforcement of ordinances which are made to protect us.