Sandpiper, Unhitched 

Arcata’s first resident-owned mobile home park finally rolls forward

Sometimes, you've got to wait for a really good thing to blossom. Maybe even sit out some delays, suffer a little disruption. Take Sandpiper Park, for instance. For about 60 years, the sandy half acre on the corner of H and G…

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