Current RV zoning ordinance adds to ambiguity, contention

John Ebert of Bremerton is an avid RVer and owns a lot for this purpose in Ocean Park.

Editor's note: This is the second story in a four-part series about RV use on the north end of the Peninsula. Part three in next week's issue will focus on proposed changes in the county's zoning ordinance and Surfside covenants regarding RV use.

Lack of clarity fuels debate over whose rights are being violated, homeowners or recreational vehicle ownersPENINSULA - The biggest roadblock to soothing the debate regarding RV use in the north end of the Peninsula is the lack of clarity and lack of substance in a county ordinance which address it, according to David Burke, a liaison to the Pacific County Planning Commission. This is particularly true in the communities of Surfside and Ocean Park.

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