“They were taking out some old mobile units and they hadn’t gotten permits,” Chi said. Now, the park, at 3053 San Gabriel Blvd., remains uninhabitable after its trailers were demolished and removed. Only concrete slabs, three abandoned buildings, soccer balls, ice chests and other garbage remain on the property. Property manager Arnold Sei would not comment on the project. Brian Saeki, community redevelopment director, said that a permit is required for any demolition, and that the city has not issued a permit for the property. It has also not received any site plans for construction, he said. • Photo Gallery: Abandoned mobile home parkROSEMEAD – Concrete slabs, abandoned buildings and trash are all that remain on a vacant trailer park that was leveled in recent weeks. But city officials said that the demolition was pursued without the proper permits. City Manager Oliver Chi said the city’s code enforcement stopped demolition earlier this month of a trailer park at the northwest corner of Garvey and San Gabriel boulevards. Nearby residents at the Trade Winds Mobile Estates said that demolition at 3053 San Gabriel Blvd. has been ongoing the past few weeks. A sign hangs on the site, boasting 50,000 to 200,000 square-feet of property is available for lease. There are nearly a dozen mobile home and trailer parks in the city. Relocating mobile home and trailer park residents to affordable housing is a lengthy and expensive process that is regulated by the state. As developers continue to show interest in the properties, some park residents wonder if it will be just a matter of time before they too are forced from their homes. Theresa Molina watered her plants Monday recalling the different offers developers have made on the trailer park site where she’s been manager for 17 years. With each offer, including an $8 million purchase price, the owner of the Paradise Trailer Park at 8069 Garvey Blvd. has said no. “The owner was very, very angry,” Molina said. “He has said he won’t sell.” Nearly 75 families live in the park. “I hope they won’t sell,” said Christian Trejo, 21, who has lived at Paradise Trailer Park all his life. “Our budget is not that much, and I don’t know where we’d go.” email@example.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2477160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!