A contentious application to change the zoning variance of a parcel of land to allow for the construction of an RV park was decided Tuesday (Jan. 4) night by the Bulloch County (Ga.) commissioners,, according to The Georgia Virtue.

Keith Dixon submitted two applications for consideration on a 13.81-acre parcel of land. In order to bring the project to fruition, Dixon requested a zoning variance on the AG-5 property to GC (General Commercial) followed by a Conditional Use variance. The Conditional Use request was contingent upon approval by the Board on the zoning variance.

The park area for RVs is part of a larger project on the 430 of total acreage owned by Dixon, including a private, membership-only ATV park. Dixon told commissioners it would hopefully keep people on ATVs off of the roads and roadsides, providing a place for recreation while keeping money in Bulloch County.

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