FOLLY BEACH, S.C. — City Council will meet Tuesday to discuss preventing people here from living in recreational vehicles, travel trailers or tents.
Currently, Folly allows these types of camping on private property for up to seven days.
Some beach residents live in a travel trailer or RV on their property while renting out their house. Others let visiting relatives stay in a trailer or recreational vehicle rather than in the house, Mayor Tim Goodwin said.
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