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December 5, 2012

Couple still in home despite dog-departure deadline


Mucia said Gregory is also applying the park rules to several other tenants who have pets and that some of them have complied by getting rid of the animals.

“The Duells have been given multiple opportunities to abide by the rules, and they have chosen to ignore them,” Mucia said.

“When you ignore rules, there are consequences, and in this case it is an eviction process.”

The case is expected to go to court, and Mucia said it could be several weeks before anything is resolved.

The Duells said they are praying for an answer.

“Hate is a bad thing and a bad way to feel, and I don’t want to feel that way,” Mr. Duell said.

“I could have said a lot of things to her (Gregory), but that is not going to solve anything, and it is not a solution to the problem. I just keep praying that this comes out good.”

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