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Behind the Seal - Dec. 11, 2017There has been a delay in the process to bring a luxury RV park to Pittsylvania County, Va., according to 10 News.

A public hearing and vote on the RV park proposal was scheduled to take place during this month’s Board of Supervisors meeting but has now been pushed to November.

Last month, the Pittsylvania County Planning Commission approved a rezoning request for the land along Vandola Church Road.

Next, the Board of Supervisors must approve the rezoning of land after the public hearing.

Officials said that even if the rezoning is approved by the board at next month’s meeting, there are additional steps needed before the construction of the RV park can begin.

Florida-based J. Cubas Holdings, LLC, requested the rezoning and plans to apply for a special-use permit to operate a 454-unit, high-end campground.

“The Palace Resort is being designed as a high-end, luxury RV resort with an ancient Roman theme to compliment [sic] the new Caesars [Virginia] Hotel & Casino under construction just five minutes away,” according to information provided by the company to the county.

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