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The Department of Environmental Quality is stepping in to protect residents from potentially dangerous water.
Right now, people are being told to boil their water before drinking it at the Moon Lake Mobile Home Park in Laingsburg.
It could be contaminated with bacteria from a drop in pressure.
"I mean, it's just ridiculous. I've lived her for nine years. I've never seen this trailer park in this condition," said Nickia Ketchum.
Behind the pot holes and abandoned homes, residents at Moon Lake Estates say water quality is their main concern.
"No one wants to drink it. It smell like rotten eggs," said Ketchum.
"When you put it into a cup, it has black chunks in it," said Janette Lester, another Moon Lake resident.
But after last week's storm, things just got worse. Power was out for days, which also meant no water.
Lester says her family had to improvise.
"We bathe with bottled water," she said. 'It makes us furious because one we can't afford it and two it's the only way to keep our family clean."
Neighbors say a local church tried to help by donating a generator to run the water pump, but the property owner made them turn it off.
"We're disgusted with him. He's most definitely a slum lord," said Lester.
Neighbors say that's only the surface of the problems at Moon Lake. People who live here don't understand why they have to live in these conditions.
"What is he doing with the money? Why is he not using it to be used for?" said Ketchum.
"It's time for the community to come together and say we've had enough," Lester said.
Many choose to stay because they can't afford to move out.
There are about 100 permanent lots and about 35 tenants.
The owner of the park, Stephen Raleigh, lives in Florida. He later returned our phone calls after the broadcast.
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