The Eagle Nest (N.M.) Village Council approved Clovis developer Fox Guinn’s request to rezone his property in Holiday Hills I pending his completion of three requirements at a special council meeting Tuesday (Sept. 23).

Guinn plans to develop a park model RV park and requested a zone change from Commercial (C-1) to Residential Mobile Home and Temporary or Over-Night Recreational Vehicle (RTR). The ordinance will only be signed upon completion of the conditions, the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle reported.

The council’s final motion required deed restrictions preventing single-wide manufactured homes, the purchase and transfer of water rights to the village and vehicle access to Highway 64. The motion carried unanimously.

“None of us are against what he’s (Guinn) doing. We just want to make sure that he does what he says he’s going to do. We just want to protect the village,” Eagle Nest Mayor Richard Cordova said.

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