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RV talk draws eye of clergy

Photo courtesy wikipedia
Photo courtesy wikipedia

Of the Keizertimes

The topic seemed simple enough.

When the Keizer Planning Commission met recently, the topic amending rules for recreational vehicles (RV) on church property was the main agenda item.

Sam Litke, senior planner for the city, noted the item became more complex hours before the meeting.

“It started out being simple and surgical,” Litke said. “Then it got broader, in having to interpret how you allow it in the first place.”

City Attorney Shannon Johnson raised concerns regarding RVs.

“I think the scope of the amendment needs to be broadened,” Johnson said. “As it sits, the allowance for ‘occupied’ RVs in conjunction with a single-family use is questionable.”

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