RHP Propertiesmaintenance and management personnel

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We have lived at Beaver Lake Estates in Minnesota for 5 years now and the personnel they have in their employ are a joke. The maintenance man does nothing he is suppose to. He uses company equipment for his own use. let's his friends in the park, park their personal vehicles for free where everyone else has to pay to use, the property manager Lisa does not care about the park just lets anyone move in to fill trailers, we have tried to explain our concerns and she does not address them like she should be. The safety of the kids is not a concern for them either, people speed through here all hours of the day and night the park they have here for the kids to play is unsafe.There is no safe place for the kids to play. They also raise rent for the upkeep of the trailer park but our money is going for nothing. We are not allowed to work on our vehicles but the maintenance man, manager and their friends can use it for working on vehicles for example body work motorcycle repair, engines oil changes etc... Adding extensions on trailers without proper permits or overseeing, Maintenance guy has 2 sheds on his property while some don't have any at all. Many more too numerous to list so basically rules here don't apply to people not friends with the personnel that work here.

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