The Carson City (Nev.) Planning Commission on Wednesday (Sept. 25) voted to recommend an RV park with sites for sale on Old Hot Springs Road, according to the Nevada Appeal.
The proposed park had been before the commission earlier this year when the applicant sought a special use permit to offer 180-day stays for what was then a resort with lots for lease. At the time, there was concern from neighbors and some commissioners that the park would become a permanent residence for its customers, and the commission’s vote to grant the permit was appealed to the Board of Supervisors by one of the neighbors.
The board upheld the commission’s decision and strengthened a condition that required RVs and their owners to vacate the park after 180 days and not return for at least 30 days.
Now the developer, Sierra Skies RV Resort LLC, is seeking a tentative planned unit development (TPUD), which must be approved by the supervisors.
The TPUD reduces the number of RV sites from 277 to 227 and the developer plans to sell them and allow owners to landscape and add a coach house, a structure up to 12 feet-by-16 feet with a wet bar, restroom, washer and dryer or seating area.
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