Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Billings MT Council OKs 10-hour RV parking

The City Council hopes its revised camping ordinance will extend a "welcome to Billings" sign to owners of recreational vehicles. At the same time, local merchants say the regulations give them the tools to shoo away RV owners who overstay their welcome.

The cornerstone of the new RV camping ordinance, approved on first reading Monday, is a 10-hour rest period that allows RV owners to stay temporarily in private parking lots. An ad hoc committee that studied the issue over several months had recommended a six-hour rest period. But the council decided that a longer rest period would be easier to enforce and would save RV owners from heading back on the road before they're fully rested. Full Story...

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