Tenants of a San Mateo County trailer park cited for dozens of health and safety concerns have continued their push for county support after what they say is years of poor property management but officials assert they’re already doing their part in helping residents achieve a safer living environment.

Sequoia Trailer Park residents, supported by the nonprofit Faith In Action Bay Area and community members, issued a symbolic safety violation to county officials Wednesday evening in protest to dozens of citations issued to tenants in March.

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