After years of disagreement regarding the length of patron stays at an RV park at the north end of Springville, Utah, the city and East Bay RV LLC have come to an agreement, the Daily Herald reported.

The deal will not only settle current litigation between the two parties, but also provide a settlement agreement and an easement, which will transfer the ownership of a lift station in the East Bay RV Park to the city.

“This has been a long, drawn-out process since 2000,” said Springville City Councilman Craig Conover. “I was involved with the decisions when I was on the council then and now over the last four months. I think everybody is happy with the decision.”

The new settlement agreement provides provisions that will govern the use and operation of the RV park. There will be two options for patrons staying at the park. They may choose to come into the park and stay uninterrupted from Sept. 15 to April 15, but won’t be allowed to stay within the park at any other time during the year.

All other patrons and their owned vehicles may stay a total of 120 days, consecutive or non-consecutive, and then the patron and vehicle must leave the park for a minimum of 10 days before returning.

Other provisions include the use of five stalls or pads for employees, propane tank capacity and park-owned cabin units. To make sure that East Bay RV is following the provisions, the park will be providing the city’s community development director with a copy of the guest log or daily register on a monthly basis.

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