STERLING, Colo. — Property owners seeking permits for RV parks who attended the Logan County Planning Commission meeting Tuesday evening were no doubt disappointed with what they heard.
County Planner Rob Quint made it clear that none of the applicants’ properties were ready to meet the requirements for campgrounds as outlined by both the state and the county. For starters, none of the wells on the properties in question is registered to allow what amounts to a commercial use of the water. And it appears that the property owners will need to have an engineered septic system, rather than a residential septic tank, to comply with the state health department’s regulations.
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