The Monument RV Park in Fruita, Colo., has 99 spots available for RVs. Current law only allows people to call this place home  for 31 days, but there could be a change, television station KKCO reported.

“The city council is looking at changing that to allow a longer length of stay,” said Dahna Raugh with the Fruita Community Development Department.

The RV park is asking the Fruita City Council to consider allowing permanent occupancy to customers.

However, the community development department is proposing 10% of the RV spaces be for employees of the park to stay for more than six months, 25% for those who want to stay for 180 consecutive days and the rest of the spaces will be limited to 30-day rentals.

Park Manager Cricket Campbell said having people stay there as long as they need to would boost the city’s economy, “Our business affects every business here: The grocery stores, the dollar stores, the restaurants.”

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