A zoning ordinance was approved by the Moundsville (W. Va.) City Council on Tuesday (March 5), paving the way for the creation of an RV park, according to WTOV.
Campers and several port-a-johns can be found on the corner of Walnut and Fostoria avenues in Moundsville. The Moundsville Volunteer Fire Department owns the property, and has been trying to get the city's approval to utilize the area for the RV park.
The ordinance passed on its first reading, with its final 4-3 vote happening during Tuesday evening’s council meeting.
"The real purpose behind this RV park on their facility is to generate income so that they, in turn, can use that for keeping their equipment up-to-date, keeping it serviced, maintaining that training and instruction that's necessary,” said Attorney Richard Wilson, who is representing the Moundsville Volunteer Fire Department.
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