Doing some business with the town of Princeton, British Columbia, is going to cost more, under a revision of fees for service that received three readings at Monday night council’s meeting.
Development and variance fees will double, and there are new fees for administrative services and extras at the municipal RV park, according to similkameenspotlight.com.
A $10 reservation fee will be tacked on to each site reserved on top of the regular camping fees and a $5 reservation change fee will apply.
New policies have also been written into the campground fee schedule that mandate no discounts for seniors or persons with disabilities.
Camping fees must be paid in full when a reservation is booked and are only refundable up to 14 days prior to arrival.
A two night minimum charge applies to any reservation made on a Friday or Saturday night, with a three day minimum for long weekend bookings.
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