Maria Salazar has a home — for now — in Rollers Trailer Park, one of the island’s last spots where hospitality and other hourly workers can afford to live. But she and other residents anticipate that they’ll be forced out in the next few years.
Maria Salazar has a home — for now — in Rollers Trailer Park, one of the island’s last spots where hospitality and other hourly workers can afford to live. But she and other residents anticipate that they’ll be forced out in the next few years. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com
Maria Salazar has a home — for now — in Rollers Trailer Park, one of the island’s last spots where hospitality and other hourly workers can afford to live. But she and other residents anticipate that they’ll be forced out in the next few years. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com

Shortage of hospitality workers on Hilton Head now a crisis

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