Monday, November 02, 2009

Fears Sioux Falls, SD Will Gain ‘Anti-RV’ Label

Sioux Falls, S.D., zoning officials are moving forward with the evictions of about a half-dozen people from a campground, even though city councilors are in the process of rewriting the campground ordinance.

That ordinance limits people from staying in a campground to no more than 30 days in any calendar year. But some city councilors say that time limit is too restrictive, especially considering that many campers and RVs that use campgrounds are equipped to handle cold weather, according to the Sioux Falls Argus Leader.

The issue came to light last Monday after David Fritz, the owner of the Westwick Motel and Campground, told a council committee that he received a letter from the city ordering the removal of several campers or RVs by Nov. 23. The 30-day limit is not typically enforced by the city, and officials wrote the letter even though they know the council is working on the issue.

A new ordinance is expected to be ready for review in January.
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