N.D. County Continues RV Crackdown
The Williams County, N.D., Commission has kept busy, continuing with efforts to rid the area of temporary housing, the Williston Herald reported.
Taylor Corbett, planning and zoning specialist, said applicants continue to apply for conditional use permits even though the commission expects to eliminate temporary housing by Oct. 31.
“This is the board’s way of solving the RV crisis,” Corbett said.
On Tuesday, the commission denied two permit requests. The first was from Basin ET Properties, Inc. for employee housing on agricultural property.
In a similar decision, the commission denied a CUP request from Perry Trucking for truck parking on residential property in Williston Township. The property had one single-family home on site.
In other action, the commission approved a request from Mike Stewart for a renewal of temporary housing on commercial property in Round Prairie Township.
Originally the property had non-permitted 24 RV units, which was reduced to 12 RVs as of last week.
The commission agreed and then approved the permit until Oct. 31 when the applicant must remove all temporary housing.
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