Tuesday, March 17, 2009

County bylaw would limit RV resort development

The Lacombe Globe - Alberta, Canada
To prevent the overdevelopment of several proposed recreational vehicle resorts in Lacombe County, council amended its bylaw, removing the conditions for R-RVR resorts.

During a public hearing at its regular meeting Thursday, Frank Wilson, who is working with Lance Dzaman on a 423-lot Skyy Country Resort near Sunbreaker Cover, told council basements and garages should not be allowed to keep RV parks as seasonal residents.

Councillor Ken Wigmore wanted council to put a restriction on basements and stipulate residents could only live in the RV resort for nine months of the year, as well as limiting the number of vehicles allowed on the site.

County Reeve Terry Engen agreed the bylaw should state basements are not allowed.

Allan Williams, manager of planning services for the county, said how long someone lives in their RV and the number of vehicles on a site are not something the county can regulate.

The amended bylaw was given second and third reading.

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