Bad Water 

A law-defying landlord leaves his mobile home tenants thirsting for justice

A little pumphouse, cloud-colored with dark gray trim, stands in a corner of the dandelion-stuffed former horse pasture next to the Arbor Glen Mobile Home Park in Del Norte County. Behind the pumphouse and a wooden electrical pole shivers a patch of…

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