PRIEST RIVER, Idaho — Complaints from residents prompted city officials to take a look at Priest River’s occupied recreational vehicle ordinance earlier this year.
During the city’s Nov. 5 meeting, a draft ordinance was presented to City Council that would put two main restrictions on occupied recreational vehicles.
The first restriction would make it unlawful for any landowner to have an occupied RV on their property for more than three consecutive days. Under the second restriction, occupied RV’s are not allowed on city right of way for any length of time.
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