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‘This is my home, I’m not going anywhere’: Residents defy eviction ultimatum | Illawarra Mercury

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Three years ago, recently divorced Garry Lees used his settlement to buy a one-bedroom home at Oasis village in Windang. Now, the prospect of being kicked out of the caravan park within months is terrifying for the 65-year-old. “To lose that, I’m out in the gutter,” he said of his home. “At the end of the day, you can’t treat people like that. “This is my home, I love it here. I’m not going anywhere.” Read more: Oasis Motor Inn at Windang sold; some residents fear they will be left homeless Neighbour Jan Hardy, 70, who has been living there for five years, is also worried about the future. “They think they can bulldoze it and build a multi-storey resort,” she said. Affiliated Residential Park Residents Association…



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