Wednesday, July 11, 2007

TVA Campground residency disputes continue

Hayesville, N.C. - A contingent of campers voiced their opinion on seasonal and short-term use of TVA campground spots during last Thursday's county commissioners meeting at town hall. County Manager Paul Leek suggested an additional two-year contract for Clay County Recreational Park Manager Owen Monkus that commissioners approved of.

Local builder Tighe White was the first to speak when the meeting opened for public comment. "I've been out there at Gibson Cove a few times," he said. "There are campers with no wheels or tags. There are semi-permanent structures that I think are really not allowed in your policies."

"I became aware that some of the sites were permanently reserved," he said. "How does that actually benefit our county? [Gibson Cove] should be like other campgrounds in the country, reserved for two weeks or so [at a time]." White suggested that campers currently findout who's leaving and quickly put up a tarp or other property so that they can claim the site for the next 14 days.
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