Williams said the ordinance was simply to clarify how long an individual can stay within an R.V. Park, according to the Courier News.
“They can stay there 120 days,” he said. “That way if someone comes in and puts a trailer in, they know exactly how long they will stay.”
According to a legal that appeared recently, section one of the ordinance deals primarily with the definition of the word “temporary.” Williams said the city wanted to specify what temporary means.
“We wanted an understanding of what temporary means,” he said. “In your opinion, six months or nine months might be temporary. This way, we have some recourse if someone wants to go and just stay there.”
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