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County council in Idaho approves RV ordinance

(Sept. 15, 2016) — The City Council took up a previously discussed recreational vehicle ordinance last week and chatted about public feedback they had received since its introduction to the public, the Bonner County Daily Bee reported.

PRIEST RIVER, Idaho — The City Council took up a previously discussed recreational vehicle ordinance last week and chatted about public feedback they had received since its introduction to the public, the Bonner County Daily Bee reported.

In the past few weeks, members of the public had barraged the mayor and council with complaints about the proposed ordinance’s fees. Councilman Jeff Connolly said the fees were not designed to be a revenue source to the city.

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