Old Quarry project appealed

Developers of a proposed RV village in the old Leathem & Smith Quarry site are hoping to keep their project alive. Earlier this week, Quarry Bluff LLC appealed the Resource Planning Committee’s decision to deny their Conditional Use Permit application to build the over 100-site development located near George Pinney County Park. Prior to the RPC’s denial in February, the project failed to get the blessing of Sevastopol’s town board and plan commission. Last month, developer Mike Parent told that he believes the RPC erred in its judgment, especially when considering subjective matters such as how the RV park would fit in the surrounding property. A release from the Bay Shore Property Owners Association and Quarry Neighborhood Action Group expressed their disappointment in the appeal, restating their beliefs that the project would decrease property values, pose safety hazards, and have a negative effect on the environment. The appeal process could lead to more hearings with the Sevastopol Town Board, the Board of Adjustment, and RPC in the future.

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