Monday, November 27, 2006

City council makes it more expensive for RVers to vist

RV parks for recreational vehicles and trailers will have to pay minimum utilities by th space, filled or not, Port Arthur, Texas City Council members unanimously voted Tuesday.

For the 2,000-gallon minimum, water rates will be $8.30 per space per month plus the meter fee, according to information from the city. The minimum sewer rate is $24.21 a month for each space, city officials say.
The minimum residential bill, including water, sewer and garbage, is about $38.

And even tougher regulations on the parks are looming. "We don't want the city to turn into a trailer park or an RV park," Councilman John Beard Jr. said. Full Story...
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