Homeowners Appeal Does Not Deter RV Park Project

April 9, 2012 by   - () Comments Off on Homeowners Appeal Does Not Deter RV Park Project

The newest RV park in Paso Robles, Calif., is moving ahead, despite an appeal filed by the Circle B Homeowners Association.

On April 3, the Paso Robles City Council voted 4-1 with Mayor Duane Picanco dissenting to deny the appeal, which challenged the city planning commission’s Feb. 14 action approving the Paso Robles RV Resort Project, the Paso Robles Press reported.

The project is located on a 73-acre site at the northern end of Golden Hill Road and would consist of the the development of 332 RV spaces. The project underwent several changes since the council approved a mitigated negative declaration in March of 2009 allowing the development of the 332 spaces.

The crux of the issue was whether  the project, originally designed as a Class A, high-end motorcoach resort, was amended to the degree to be out of line with the spirit of the approval.

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