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mobeewan

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Posted: 05/29/21 09:31am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

You might look at BLM land and National Forest Land in and around the 2 counties to use to rotate with your property stays. There are usually 14 day limits and distance between locations. It might require moving every 2 weeks, but can help stretch out your 4 month limit at your property. For lack of electricity you could invest in solar on your trailer. It can help you stay under the radar with the county while staying on your own property. As soon as you add electric, septic or sewage connection, well or city water, you gotta get those pesky permits and bills that draw attention to what you are doing.

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Check the laws on mobile homes.
Because I’m thinking if you put a basic foundation in & removed the wheels, the TT would come under the mobile home rules?


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Blazing Zippers

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Posted: 05/30/21 04:53pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

HMMMMM...Homeless people are living all over Cali and not in RV parks. I'm thinking that a properly installed metal cover would be suffice to park a trailer under.
Wait until you apply for a building permit---you might not be able to afford a home. Been there, applied for a permit, gasped at the cost, left the state, been happy ever since. Really happy.
Good luck.

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