ST. GEORGE – Dozens of Hildale residents evicted from their homes for failing to pay occupancy fees to a trust overseeing land in the polygamous community have filed a letter with the 5th District Court, asking to be allowed to remain in their homes.They also questioned the constitutionality of their evictions.“How can a nation that guarantees ‘religious freedom’ trample under foot (sic) the laws and rights all people should enjoy in this great nation of ours?” Jennifer Holm wrote after she was among six residents and an additional 30 “John and Jane Does” given notice to leave their home at 850 N. Hildale Street.“How can anyone honestly and fairly evict a family out of a home they earned and built themselves? How can they, without guilt, expect them to pay a monthly fee to live in that home, for no services rendered or benefits exchanged?” wrote Melody Young, after she and 11 named family members plus the unnamed “John and Jane Does” were similarly evicted from their home at 380 E. Utah Ave.About 50 Hildale homes received notices in January that they were delinquent in paying taxes and occupancy fees to the United Effort Plan trust, which was established by… Read full this story
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