Chris Anderson

California Department of Housing and Community Development

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Director of field operation for the California Department of Housing and Community Development, responsible for building codes and standards

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People in mobile home parks have complained for years they are second-class citizens unprotected by the same codes and regulations as other residents of California.

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People in mobile home parks have complained for years they are second-class citizens unprotected by the same codes and regulations as other residents of California.

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