STOP the HWY 37 Rv Park

STOP the HWY 37 Rv Park

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Sherrie Williams started this petition to County Commissioner and

STOP THE HWY 37 RV PARK!

On 12/2/2020, Mr. Richard Terry of Lake Park, GA filed an application with the Berrien County Tax Assessors office to construct an RV park on HWY 37, approximately 1 mile east of Scott's Signs and Awnings. The application requested a rezoning of the area to "rural commercial". According to the plans that Mr. Terry submitted, this RV park will house 23 lots and include a bathhouse and an office.

As residents of the New Lois Community and Berrien County, we must act to stop this project from moving forward. The New Lois community has served many families as a quiet, rural, farming community. We have chosen to call this place home and have enjoyed the area as a wonderful place to raise our families. We must let our voices be heard so that we can protect our community!

If Mr. Terry's application is approved and the area is rezoned, our community will be suddenly and drastically changed. We will be faced with the fact that our community will be prime for other "businesses" to move in, lowered property values, transient people coming in and out of our community, and the possibility of "permanent" RVers setting up residences inside the RV park. With the increase of people in our community, we can expect the crime rate to rise.

There will be 2 meetings regarding this project: (1) Dec 17 @ 5:30PM - Berrien County Admin Building (Planning Commission), (2) Jan 5 @ 6:00PM - Berrien County Admin Building (County Commissioners). You are encouraged attend both meetings. In addition, call our county commissioners and let your neighbors know about the project. We must let our voices be heard to keep our community as we know it!


By signing this petition, you are telling Mr. Terry and the Berrien County Commissioners that an RV Park in our neighborhood is unacceptable.

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