Residents of the Amberlite Mobile Home Park appealed to the City Council on Monday to consider buying the park so residents will not be evicted.
Amberlite tenants said they have been served with notices from the park's owners, W. J. and Vera Hannon, giving them until May 15, 1986, to relocate. The Hannons could not be reached for comment.
Many residents of the 32 mobile homes at Amberlite, 14131 Cordary Ave., are elderly and on fixed incomes and cannot afford to relocate, the residents said. They also said there is no room at other parks.
They asked the council to consider purchase of the property through a bond measure. They noted that Gardena recently decided to issue bonds to buy the Village Mobile Home Park there. Residents' rent would be used to pay off the bonds.