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HUD charges Albert Lea mobile home park with discrimination


WASHINGTON (KTTC) -- The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is charging an Albert Lea mobile home park with discrimination.

HUD reports the owners and manager of Rainbow Terrace Mobile Home Park violated the Fair Housing Act.

The charge alleges the manager told a Mexican American couple wanting to lease a park lot that she did "not want any more Mexicans" living there.

An administrative law judge will hear the charge against the mobile home park.

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