Zoning change for California RV park put on hold

BLYTHE, Calif. — 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.

Swain was already issued permits for a 120-unit RV park, approved by City Council at the May 31 meeting, but Councilman Sam Patel, owner of the Best Value Inn in Hobsonway, was absent at that time, and unable to put forth his objections.

The park is being developed to meet the housing demand for an anticipated 1,000 construction workers and administrators due to arrive in Blythe during the next year for four solar power projects.

For the complete story from the Desert Independent, click here.

Kelly Cauthorn

Kelly Cauthorn

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