Residents of Milford’s Ryder Woods face new woes; construction all around has …
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The Ryder Woods Neighborhood Association is upset about development that may threaten area wildlife. Melanie Stengel/Register

MILFORD — Seven years ago, Ryder Park Mobile Home residents were relocated from their very visible home on the Boston Post Road to a hidden tract along Cascade Boulevard.

For the most part, residents supported the move, and praised developer Louis Ceruzzi Jr. for striking the arrangement. Ceruzzi paid $ 20 million for Ryder residents’ land, and $ 5 million for the Cascade Boulevard property to relocate about 200 families.

The residents’ former home is now anchored by a Wal-Mart, and three years ago, the Ryder families purchased the Cascade Boulevard property from Ceruzzi ensuring they could never be evicted again.

Ryder residents hoped that was the end of the story, and that they could live in anonymity, said Lynn Nugent, a longtime resident of the now- Ryder Woods Mobile Home Park.

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