Ga. county commissioner responds to RV park fine

WALKER COUNTY, Ga. — Walker County Commissioner Bebe Heiskell claims the county forgot to file paper work required by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division to build an RV park. As a result, the mistake will cost tax payers $10,000, reports WRCB.

WRCB says the county originally told the EPD it would turn the undeveloped land into an orchard farm. When it changed plans to a nine-acre RV park, no one contacted EPD about the change.

But despite the hefty fine and the one week construction delay, the 28-slot RV park was up and running just in time for the 150th Battle of Chickamauga Reenactment, which was held Sept. 19-22, reports WRCB.

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Kelly Cauthorn

Kelly Cauthorn

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