SAVANNAH, Ga. — Some Lowcountry neighbors could soon get an RV park they’ve been protesting. In a public hearing on Monday night, Beaufort County Council voted 6 to 4 in favor of rezoning some Pritchardville property off of Gibbet Road, which would allow for the campground its owners plan to build.
The 35 acres of land on Huggins Hollow Lane, owned by Steve Huggins, are rezoned to a T-2 zone, which would allow for an RV park that property agent Deanna Hubbard has been pushing.
“I feel like the council did a wonderful job. I applaud them,” Hubbard said.
Hubbard says the back part of her family’s property, where there are currently several mobile homes, will be transformed to a campground for families.
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