The history of Mariposa’s housing crisis, part 2

BACK IN TIME


Judge J.J. Trabucco and his wife Eleanor (Ridgeway) Trabucco are shown on the porch of their home on 8th and Bullion Streets. .

Outside industry facilities not under the control of Yosemite National Park are destined to increase simply because of demand and marketing. For the park employees, larger numbers of housing units were started in El Portal and acquired in Wawona but a problem arose. The rents, as set by the GSA, General Services Administration, which were based on acquisition or deve...

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