Low cost RV Village Parks and Subdivisions are needed now more than ever!
* For Climate Refugees in low coastal areas. * For Economic Refugees.
* and for those seeking a very affordable lifestyle.
Local, State and Federal Government together with USACE should join the effort in
giving Americans the economic breathing space with more spendable dollars.
This was clearly illustrated during Hurricane Katrina when some victims stayed at the
lavish New York Waldorf Astoria while other flood victims were able
to stay for free at the Texas State Parks Campgrounds.
Habitat RAM Villages have:
* Recreational Vehicle sites
* Subdivisions for RV, MH, Park Trailer and
Modular Home sites.
* Buildings allocated for Youth, Adult and Family
Hostels; some with private partitions.
* An European Themed Village Center with
a diversity of shops and stores.
* Maximizes self-contained and self-sufficient economics and use Habitat Sweat Equity.
Based on CalFed HomeWater Agency Act #21336 File No. SA2001RF0008
Emergency- Priority USACE Villages creates jobs and very affordable housing in specific areas of Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisana and Texas.
Welcome to Maui Safari and Molly Mupp's Hobby Village
now planned for development in north Florida
Top Reasons to support USACE Emergncy Villages.
With over 30 million people economically wiped out by the Corona Virus
and loosing their jobs, homes, apartments and livelihoods the US needs
a Roosevelt style Emergency Plan to reduce the oncoming impact of
another Great Depression. In addition with rising sea levels destroying
homes plus the already homeless the need is urgent.
* This is America’s Best Opportunity to fulfilling the noble intent
of lifting people out of poverty by providing jobs and an extremely affordable
lifestyle with RVs and Modular Homes manufactured locally within the Village
* This program creates reasonably self-sufficient Villages within existing USACE
campgrounds such as: Lake Seminole, Lake Allatoona, Wright Patman Lake in
Texas and other southern locations.
* These are primarily RV-Mobile Home and 12 ft wide modular homes using
low cost back to back power pedestals where both RVs, Park Trailers and
small modular homes can PLUG In.
A synergistic balance of Jobs and Housing is necessary.
A land use balance of Residential, Common Green Associations with
Convenience Centers, Retail, Commercial and Industrial is mandatory.
All possible jobs must be local for the employment of the residents. But
excessive costly and unnecessary projects limited.
An example of this is costly concrete mobile home and RV sites
where rustic sites will do. See picture to the left of Mystic Forest RV Park.
Regarding a synergistic balance many large residential developments
have no village center for shopping such as Salton City California or
Orange Blossom Gardens mobile home park during the 60s in Florida.
It took about 20 years for the owners to create a Themed Village
Center called " Spanish Springs" bringing shopping, markets, car
shows, theater, restaurants, and nightly outdoor concerts for their
Spanish Springs and The Villages became so successful that they
built 2 more Themed Villages called Lake Sumter Landing and
Brownwood a country western village.
As one lady observed " Whats not to like, Its a Disneyland for Adults"
Under the guidance of Jennifer Parr and her sister Tracy Mathews
this family development went on to become the leading privately owned
developments year after year.
With 130 miles of golf car trails changing the mindset from cars to
golf cars they forged a new industry creating more local jobs.
As we can see on site habitat home building, land clearing, landscaping
golfing, golf car building, Club house, Civic Centers, CGAs and
Convenience Centers and retail-commercial-industrial centers create
jobs together with laws like CDD funding as in Florida.