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Texas RV park owner demands city shut down its RV park

(Oct. 5, 2012) -- The Gonzales Inquirer quotes an RV park owner who says the City of Gonzales, Texas is operating a commercial for-profit business in competition with local RV parks and is in direct violation of state and federal anti-trust and commerce law.

GONZALES, Texas — The Gonzales Inquirer reports a Gonzales-area RV park owner is fed up with the black eye he says J.B. Wells Park has given the community, and is demanding the city shut down its RV park operation or face legal action.

According to the news article, Robert Weathers of Hill-Top RV Park, 2959 state Highway 97 West near Cost, charges that the City of Gonzales is in direct competition with RV parks in Gonzales County, and that the city is ill-equipped to properly manage such an operation.

“The city of Gonzales is operating a commercial for-profit business in competition with local RV parks in direct violation of state and federal anti-trust and commerce law,” Weathers says in the newspaper. “The makeshift RV Park does not comply with any established standards for health and safety to protect the occupants. …”

To read the complete report in the Gonzales Inquirer, click here.

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