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ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STAR 
 Known officially as the Wagon Wheel Travel Lodge, the mobile home park is home to dozens of residents affected by a Sacramento judge's decision on whether developers get to keep roughly $15 million in loans from Oxnard's former redevelopment agency for an affordable housing project in the area.

Photo by Anthony Plascencia, Ventura County Star

ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STAR
Known officially as the Wagon Wheel Travel Lodge, the mobile home park is home to dozens of residents affected by a Sacramento judge's decision on whether developers get to keep roughly $15 million in loans from Oxnard's former redevelopment agency for an affordable housing project in the area.

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  • ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STAR 
 Known officially as the Wagon Wheel Travel Lodge, the mobile home park is home to dozens of residents affected by a Sacramento judge's decision on whether developers get to keep roughly $15 million in loans from Oxnard's former redevelopment agency for an affordable housing project in the area.
  • ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STAR 
 Dozens of mobile and motor homes are still occupied at the Wagon Wheel mobile home park on Wednesday, despite demolition of nearby buildings. A Sacramento judge ruled Thursday in favor of developers seeking to keep roughly $15 million in loans from Oxnard's former redevelopment agency for an affordable housing project in the Wagon Wheel area.
  • ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STAR 
 Though some residents of the Wagon Wheel mobile home park have moved, many continue to live there while developers continue to demolish nearby warehouses.
  • ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STAR 
 Cars pass along Highway 101 near the entrance to the Wagon Wheel mobile home park on Wednesday. A Sacramento judge ruled Thursday in favor of developers seeking to keep roughly $15 million in loans from Oxnard's former redevelopment agency for an affordable housing project in the Wagon Wheel area.
  • ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STAR 
 Though some residents of the Wagon Wheel mobile home park have moved, many continue to live there while developers continue to demolish nearby warehouses.
  • ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STAR 
 Rubble from a demolished industrial area in the Wagon Wheel area sits in piles just outside of the Wagon Wheel mobile home park on Wednesday.
  • ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STAR 
 Though some residents of the Wagon Wheel mobile home park have moved, many continue to live there while developers continue to demolish nearby warehouses.

A years-long roller coaster ride through limbo ended Thursday afternoon for 100 or so families living in Oxnard's Wagon Wheel Trailer Lodge following a Sacramento judge's ruling.

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