LOYALTON MOBILE HOME PARK was a topic during public comment at Sierra County Board of Supervisors’ meeting held in Loyalton on Tuesday, June 20th. From the audience Eileen Benson asked the Board why after two months nothing had been done in the trailer park and all of the egregious violations. Board Chair Peter Huebner stated they are working on it every day, but everything takes time. Benson said more people are moving in, adding it was “outrageous” what was going on and has been for 10 years. Although Board member Lee Adams stated public comment was only for the audience to make a statement, the Board allowed Director of Public Works Tim Beals to make a department head report on it. Beals said a lot of discussion and considerable effort by the board has been going on in the last couple months. He stated they contacted and met with Liberty Utilities. They are working with the City of Loyalton on different ways to get payment on water bills. Beals said they’ve had meetings with Housing and Community Development (HCD). He stated the permit was still in suspended status and has not been revoked. Beals also said there have been meetings with a number of people in the park, and enforcement actions are being prepared and ready to be implemented. He concluded by stating this is a time consuming issue, but there is a lot going on.