The Logan County (Colo.) Commissioners approved two RV park requests during a business meeting Tuesday (Oct. 28), the Sterling Journal-Advocate reported.
First up was a resolution granting the establishment of a special use permit for the operation of a six space RV park on behalf of Judy A. Stover.
Rob Quint, of the planning and zoning department, noted the planning commission met last week and recommended the commissioners approve the application, contingent upon installation of septic lines within 60 days of the approval of the permit.
Commissioner Dave Donaldson asked if the electrical and water lines have been set up at this point. Quint said they aren’t set up yet, they will be installed at the same time as the septic line.
The other RV request the commissioners approved was a resolution granting the establishment of a special-use permit for the operation of a three-space RV park on behalf of Vernon G. Kuzmic.
Quint noted that the Northeast Colorado Health Department sent a letter stating there are no problems with the application and the planning commission recommended the approval of the application.
The infrastructure — septic, water, electricity — is already in place for this project.
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