Day: June 22, 2011

(June 22, 2011) — An Erie County judge gave Thomas Peckham, owner of Moon Meadows Campground in Erie, more time to bring his business into compliance with the state’s Safe Water Drinking Act. He must limit the facility’s water connections to 14 and customer tally to 24, reports GoErie.com.

(June 22, 2011) — Gardeners, foodies, fiber artists and outdoor enthusiasts are in for a treat at this Friday’s Belfast Garden Club’s Open Garden Days at Searsport Shores Campground in Searsport, reports Village Soup Belfast.

(June 22, 2011) — Wildfire crews are making progress containing the 10,000 acre fires at Florida’s Big Cypress National Preserve. One of the seven fires has been fully contained and overall, the others are 85 percent contained, reports Naples Daily News.

(June 22, 2011) — “Our top line travel trailers/park-models provide all the amenities and comfort needed for short and long-stay requirements onsite for homeowners, businesses, insurance companies and construction agencies,” RVRO Temp Housing said in a press release.

(June 22, 2011) — In celebration of Parks Canada’s 100th anniversary as the first national park service in the world, 15 concerts will be presented in Quebec this summer at national parks, national historic sites and the marine park.

(June 22, 2011) – First, Class Bs are compared to very strong 2010 numbers, which showed an increase of 69.5 percent over 2009 where Class As and Class Cs failed to reached 2009 level after falling 1.5 percent, said Hanemaayer.

(June 22, 2011) — “With a public-private partnership model used by the US Forest Service (USFS) for thirty years in hundreds of California parks and campgrounds, the government retains ownership of the land and control of the use and character of the park while handing over operational tasks that are time, money, and labor intensive to a more cost-effective private company.”

(June 22, 2011) — “As the popularity of outdoor activities continues to grow, we hope this list of lesser known, but equally fantastic, campgrounds will help families find parks to explore using our convenient reservation tool.”

(June 22, 2011) — Flooding along the Missouri River has closed several roads Nebraska residents use to cross it, such as Highway 2 into Nebraska City. So instead of commuting hours every day, some drivers are staying at local RV parks, reports Action 3 News.

(June 22, 2011) — A lengthy debate regarding the rules of order, due diligence, and many questions from one councilman has placed the second reading of the requested zoning change for developer Joe Swain’s proposed RV park in Blythe on hold, reports the Desert Independent.

(June 22, 2011) — On Tuesday, the Sussex County Council overrode the unanimous vote of the county’s planning board and approved a controversial plan to put an RV campground in the middle of the Rehoboth Shores manufactured home community in Long Neck, reports The News Journal.

(June 22, 2011) — The remains of a body found burned beyond recognition at James Baird State Park in LaGrange were identified Monday as 22-year-old Jasmine Maxine Nunez from Bronx, N.Y., reports the New York Daily News.

(June 22, 2011) — The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality will hold a public meeting and hearing June 28 to discuss and hear public comment on draft permits for the Chaparral at Cranfield, an RV park located in Mountain Home, reports the Baxter Bulletin.

(June 22, 2011) — After being flooded by the Little Missouri River earlier this spring, officials announced that the Medora Campground is reopening today, reports The Republic.

(June 22, 2011) — Renowned for its high quality, two-berth touring vehicles, the UK’s East Neuk Campervans has just added more awards to its growing list of motorhome industry recommendations, reports Fife Today.

(June 22, 2011) — Cumberland Bay State Park has fallen victim to Lake Champlain’s flooding and will not open at all this summer, but staff at AuSable Point State Park are hoping to open up to visitors by mid-July, reports the Plattsburgh Press Republican.

(June 22, 2011) — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District is seeking a volunteer host or hosts for the Georgia River Campground, which is located in Hart County within the Georgia River Recreation Area, reports the Anderson Independent Mail.

(June 22, 2011) — The Motorhome & Caravan Show in Birmingham will host 350 exhibitors, filling 10 halls at the NEC, making it the biggest UK motorhome show of the year. It will also be the only place to see next season’s new models from all major manufacturers, reports Out & About Live.

(June 22, 2011) — Dicor Corporation’s Jerri Hisey has been promoted from director of purchasing to director of operations, while Anne Cavanaugh has been hired to be purchasing manager of Dicor Corporation and its affiliate, Vixen Composites.

(June 22, 2011) — The most interesting point in today’s Fed statement was that policymakers are taking the recent slowing in economic activity in stride and still anticipate the pace to pick up during coming quarters and for the unemployment rate to resume its gradual decline, said Desjardins.

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