A plan to build a 117 unit recreational vehicle resort near George K. Pinney Park and Marina in the town of Sevastopol is garnering some attention from local property owners. According to a newsletter sent to members of the Bay Shore Property Owners Association, the 57-acre parcel on the site of an old quarry could be developed in the future by Tom Goelz and Mike Parent in the same style as similar resorts in Michigan. Outside of a submitted conceptual plan, Mariah Goode from the Door County Land Use Department says not much else is known until the developers submit their formal application.
Several hearings will need to take place before a conditional use permit for the land currently zoned for recreational and commercial purposes is granted. Bay Shore Property Owners Association Board Member James Mitsche says the organization has not taken a position on the development yet, but they have formed an ad hoc committee to pull together additional information and suggest courses of action. The Bay Shore Property Owners Association will host a special meeting of its board on Tuesday to discuss the plan.