An upscale RV park is coming to Hardeeville, S.C., after the city council approved the second reading of the plan that expects to bring 950 RV sites to 185 acres on U.S. 17, according to the Bluffton Today.
Council originally approved two measures for the project, which will be named the Compass RV Park, at its Sept. 20 meeting, but tabled approving the master plan after concerns from Camp Lake Jasper (CLJ) RV about a legal dispute with the Florida-based developer.
An attorney representing CLJ Holdings informed the council at Thursday’s (Oct. 4) meeting about a lawsuit it filed against Compass RV.
Hardeeville is not part of the lawsuit, however, and Mike Czymbor, city manager, recommended to council that it adopt the master plan.
Hardeeville Mayor Harry Williams asked council members to simply vote on if they want to bring the Compass RV Park to Hardeeville.
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