CLAY COUNTY, Miss. – The Clay County board of supervisors says it wants the public to weigh in on an RV ordinance.
After having a closed session on the topic Thursday morning, the board decided to hold off on voting until after they have a public hearing, September 26.
Supervisors say they’re still finalizing the ordinance, but they want to establish rules and guidelines for new RV parks in the area, to make sure they’re nice and presentable.
Officials say those who already have RVs will be grandfathered in.