HARKER HEIGHTS — Ten years ago, the city landscape was dominated by manufactured homes and multi-family houses. Since then, stricter building codes were established, more single-family homes were built and many mobile homes and fourplexes were removed, City Manager Steve Carpenter said.
As a result, some property owners have accused the city of being prejudiced against manufactured housing and homes that are affordable for people with low incomes. But Carpenter said he and the building and planning department are simply taking steps to improve the safety of housing and the overall appearance of the city.
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