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February 17, 1993 | FRED ALVAREZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Richard M. Walbergh's critics have called him a slumlord, a Malibu millionaire squeezing out his fortune by emptying the pockets of poor farm worker tenants. They have accused the 65-year-old real estate investor of turning his back on decay at the Oxnard Mobilehome Lodge, a cramped and crowded trailer camp on the city's southeast side. But Walbergh said he has been unfairly cast as an uncaring absentee landlord.
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February 17, 1993 | FRED ALVAREZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Richard M. Walbergh's critics have called him a slumlord, a Malibu millionaire squeezing out his fortune by emptying the pockets of poor farm worker tenants. They have accused the 65-year-old real estate investor of turning his back on decay at the Oxnard Mobilehome Lodge, a cramped and crowded trailer camp on the city's southeast side. But Walbergh said he has been unfairly cast as an uncaring absentee landlord.
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April 2, 1993 | FRED ALVAREZ
The owner of a run-down Oxnard trailer park died Wednesday at Westlake Community Hospital after an apparent heart attack at his Malibu Canyon home. Richard M. Walbergh was pronounced dead at 4:10 a.m., according to the coroner's office. He was 65. The Malibu real estate investor owned the Oxnard Mobilehome Lodge, a five-acre park that has about 1,100 residents and an average of 28 trailers per acre.
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April 23, 1993 | FRED ALVAREZ
Representatives of the Oxnard Mobile Home Lodge have withdrawn a request to hike the rents at the run-down trailer camp, citing the recent death of the park's owner. Richard M. Walbergh, 65, died of an apparent heart attack at his Malibu Canyon home late last month. "The family of Mr.
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February 14, 1993 | FRED ALVAREZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Richard M. Walbergh knows what his critics have said about him. They have called him a slumlord, a Malibu millionaire squeezing out his fortune by emptying the pockets of his poor farm worker tenants. They have accused the 65-year-old real estate investor of turning his back on the decay of the Oxnard Mobilehome Lodge, a crowded trailer camp on the city's southeast side. But Walbergh says he has been unfairly cast as an uncaring absentee landlord.
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