Apr 30, 2015 4:14 PM
EPSOM - More than a dozen residents of the Circle Nine Ranch Campground in Epsom are unsure if they'll have a place to live after their power was shut off without notice.
People who live there said the former owner was not paying taxes and disappeared.
They found out the property was foreclosed and up for auction when they saw the auction taking place.
Many residents prepaid their costs through May 15th and are upset the electricity was cut off with no warning.
Residents say U.S. Bank National Association took control of the property in mid-December. Calls to the bank have not been returned.
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