Edwin Santaella, left, and his wife Rafaela, center, fill out paper work for St. Williams Committee for Social Change and St. Vincent de Paul Society while his children Edwin, 6, right, and Crystal, 11, second from left, wait Monday morning at the Diamond Shores Mobile Home Park in East Naples. The two organizations were on site to help residents, who are being evicted this month from the park due to code violations, to find a new places to live and possibly help financially to get them into a new home. Santaella received a notice of eviction on Sunday night to be out of his place by today.

Photo by LEXEY SWALL, Daily News

Edwin Santaella, left, and his wife Rafaela, center, fill out paper work for St. Williams Committee for Social Change and St. Vincent de Paul Society while his children Edwin, 6, right, and Crystal, 11, second from left, wait Monday morning at the Diamond Shores Mobile Home Park in East Naples. The two organizations were on site to help residents, who are being evicted this month from the park due to code violations, to find a new places to live and possibly help financially to get them into a new home. Santaella received a notice of eviction on Sunday night to be out of his place by today.

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