The Sevastopol Town Board voted unanimously Monday night to accept the recommendation of the Plan Commission to not accept the Conditional Use Permit for a controversial Class A Motorhome village at the old stone-quarry on Bay Shore Drive. Quarry Bluff LLC is looking to build a 117-unit village for recreational vehicles located near George Pinney County Park north of Sturgeon Bay. The town board will now have their recommendation forwarded to the Door County Resource Planning Committee who will ultimately decide the fate of the development project in February. Peter Hurth of Baudhuin, Inc. who represented the developers at the meeting argued that the application had met all the requirements for the Conditional Use Permit during a brief presentation. After one hour of discussion, the town board voted 5-0 to accept the Sevastopol Plan Commission’s recommendation that cited several environmental and traffic-related concerns about the project brought up during last Tuesday’s seven-hour meeting.