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STERLING, Colo. — The Logan County Board of Commissioners may have a resolution in hand concerning the regulation of RV campgrounds in the county.
The issue of the RV parks came up in October of last year when property owners appeared before the county’s Planning and Zoning Commission with requests for the permits so they could rent space to oil and pipeline workers who are part of a temporary workforce.
The commissioners had thought they could have a workaround by labeling the properties as work camps rather than RV parks; that way the county could avoid the requirement of bathhouses altogether.
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