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Campers Return to Morgan Resort, Despite Sale

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June 12, 2013 by   Leave a Comment

As seasonal campers return to the recreational vehicle park in Maine’s York Beach, the foreclosure sale of Flagg’s RV Resort has been rescheduled for 9 a.m. on June 20.

Seacoastonline.com reported that uncertainty over the park’s future, and tumultuous changes for campers over the past two years, has not stopped those who have called Flagg’s their summer home — some for decades — from coming back.

Pat Lee, who first started staying at Flagg’s as a child, returned June 3 from Florida. Lee said she had heard of the potential sale of the park, but said, “We don’t know anything.”

The water and electric is on and there is a manager on site, Lee said.

No one at the on-site management office could be reached for comment, nor could Flagg’s owner Bob Moser of Morgan Recreation Vacations in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

Campers Melvin and Pam Riggs of Oklahoma said they’d also heard the camper park was going to be sold when they learned of the original scheduled mortgagee’s sale March 22. The couple expect to return to their RV at Flagg’s in mid-June, Melvin Riggs said.

Lee, Riggs and other returning RV campers have paid Flagg’s an estimated $5,000 for the season.

Prior to learning of the March sale, Riggs said, Flagg’s representatives repeatedly called him to get him to pay the remainder of the $5,000 the couple owed on their lease prior to the April 1 deadline.

A new owner has to honor any leases within the RV park, according to Linda Conti, assistant attorney general in Maine. Flagg’s RV Resort LLC stopped the March 22 sale, at least temporarily. The day before it was to take place, Flagg’s obtained a 60-day emergency restraining order in York County Superior Court, according to court records.

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