NECEDAH, Wis. — Debate continues to swirl over the Town of Necedah’s camper ordinance as the law has left some residents frustrated and confused.
Several town residents expressed frustration during Monday’s board meeting at village/town hall in Necedah. Among the most critical of the town’s camper policy were Dan Bilsky and Dan Dutscheck, who believe residents that have campers and are obeying laws are getting unfairly punished.
Under current stipulations, residents have to pay a $150 fee to obtain a permit for each camper they have on their property.
“I have two campers on my property and I pay taxes on that land every year,” Dutscheck said. “I don’t sleep in my camper and it’s used purely for recreation. Should I be charged for having more than one vehicle on my property? Where does it stop? Why should I get charged?”
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