Monday, June 12, 2006

Motor home regulations anger owners

AZUSA, CA - John Rosedale and his family take mini-vacations twice a month in their motor home.

He says that's in jeopardy now that Azusa officials have stepped up code compliance on regulations for parking recreational vehicles in front of homes or in driveways.

The move will force most Azusa residents to pay roughly $100 a month to store their RVs elsewhere.

"I can't afford that," Rosedale said, adding that the fee would end the family's RV trips.

Rosedale was one of about 200 people who packed the Azusa Senior Center during a recent city-sponsored workshop on code compliance; a second workshop has been scheduled for Wednesday to gauge reaction to the city's latest move to crack down on violations. Full Story...

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