Some Milford residents may be displaced

There's good news and bad news Thursday for the more than 200 residents of Ryder Mobile Home Park in Milford.The good news is a new environmental survey that confirms it's safe to relocate their park to a 50-acre parcel on Cascade Boulevard. The bad news is that not everyone can go.Developers plan to create a new retail area with a Wal-Mart and Sam's Club on the site of the park and move residents to Cascade Boulevard. But first, the developer must successfully relocate the park residents who would be displaced. And that isn't proving to be easy.

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