Plans for a motorhome resort in Paso Robles, Calif., are moving ahead, despite an appeal filed by the Circle B Homeowners Association.

The Paso Robles Press reported that on April 3 the Paso Robles City Council voted 4-1 with Mayor Duane Picanco dissenting to deny the appeal, which challenged the city planning commission’s Feb. 14 action approving the Paso Robles RV Resort Project.

The project is located on a 73-acre site at the northern end of Golden Hill Road and would consist of the the development of 332 RV spaces. The project underwent several changes since the council approved a mitigated negative declaration in March of 2009 allowing the development of the 332 spaces.

The crux of the issue was whether the project, originally designed as a Class A, high-end motorcoach resort, was amended to the degree to be out of line with the spirit of the approval.

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