Many people living in Black Forest have had to call their campers home, since losing their houses to the Black Forest fire. Property owners were allowed to stay in their RVs, only because county land codes were suspended after the fire, KRDO reported.
The county wanted to give people a chance to stay on their property, while they rebuild. However, that suspension has now expired, the station explained.
On Tuesday, El Paso County commissioners unanimously voted that the land-code suspension in Black Forest expires immediately. That expiration means that living in your RV on Black Forest property is now against county code, KRDO reported.
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