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Two-week RV limit will be enforced

Unauthorized RV stays on streets and in driveways still causing concern

The number of people living in RVs on the city streets and on private property around town appears to be rising, according to Mayor Paul Brooks.

Community interest in the matter is also increasing, he said at last week’s council meeting.

“It’s becoming kind of a thing around here,” Brooks said, claiming that the city seemed to have gained three new RVs within the last week.

Brooks reminded the audience – which included several Sundance residents who had attended the meeting to hear discussion of the RV problem – that the city intends to inform the people living in RVs that they need to vacate...

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