S.C. Park

Neighbors are protesting a proposed South Carolina park.

Campobello, S.C., landowners are still fighting to keep a proposed RV park out of their back yards, according to WSPA.

It’s a fight that’s been going on for a few months. Yard signs with messages against the development are up all over the neighborhood and residents are speaking out.

For Janice Cyrill, the sale of the home she designed was to help sustain her during the next phase of life.

“Their agent, on a Sunday, I remember, said they are backing out of the contract because of the proposed RV park,” Landowner Janice Cyrill said.

Judie Klapholz’s property backs up to the proposed RV park. 38-acres of land off of Landrum Mill Rd, near Highway 26, is where ‘T Tree Farms’ wants to put a new RV Park with 50 parking spaces for portable trailers.

“An RV park here, besides it being incompatible and not harmonious with what the mission statements for Spartanburg County and the land management ordinance. It also affects the entire lifestyle of people, cause there is going to be an influx of these very large RV’s,” property owner Judie Klapholz said.

A few days ago, landowners filed legal papers to appeal the project, asking the Spartanburg planning commission to reconsider and deny the project.

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