A request to the Town of Round Lake (Wis.) Board to drop 14 restrictions on a 2012 conditional use permit (CUP) to create a 65-acre RV park near Treeland Resort, resulted in 13 of the restrictions remaining in place, the Sawyer County Record reported.

One restriction was changed, providing more days of operation for the park, but also creating restrictions on when RVs can be on site.

Cheryl and Harold Treland, owners of Treeland Cottages Inc.  asked the town board to remove the 14 restrictions.

The 14 restrictions were placed, in part, to quell concern over negative environmental and housing market impact of a RV park near the Chippewa Flowage. In 2012, the Trelands agreed to the 14 restrictions, but on Jan. 8 Harold Treland argued the restrictions placed a competitive and economic disadvantage on the park.

Restrictions include distances for setbacks, placing of docks, piers and motorized access to nearby Moss Creek, restrictions on a water park, mobile homes, cabins, ATV use, hours and days of operation, park model RVs and more.

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