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With a proposed sale to an RV campground now off, Camp Emerson's owner is busy lining up a summer season, at what she says is a time of pent-up demand.
In the end, a “massive” plan to transform a family-owned summer camp into a national RV destination was deemed to be too much for a small town. The Hinsdale Zoning Board of Appeals voted unanimously Tuesday night to reject a special permit application filed by Northgate Resort Ventures LLC.
Fearing future court action by an unhappy applicant, a member of the Hinsdale ZBA asked the town a not-so-hypothetical question: Is he covered, legally?
HINSDALE — One of the largest development proposals in Hinsdale history will be decided in 2022, not this year.
HINSDALE — A Hinsdale board could decide Tuesday whether Camp Emerson will become part of a national chain of RV parks. If the answer is no, N…
Representatives of a national recreational vehicle camping company will be back in Hinsdale soon to pitch their new vision for Camp Emerson.
One of the most significant zoning questions to face Hinsdale in years is back in play. A national company shows it is intent on winning approval to turn Camp Emerson into a destination for RV campers.
The company seeking to transform a Hinsdale summer camp into a destination for RV owners will submit a new application, after the town decided the first request was to the wrong panel.
People behind a major Hinsdale development say they can tuck 317 RV sites onto a summer camp property without messing up the neighborhood. But Hinsdale officials had questions this week about traffic, water supplies, sewer use, environmental harm — and whether an influx of visitors would be simply too much for nearby Plunkett Lake.
The battle for Longview Avenue is joined in Hinsdale: Will a national company win a permit for a "Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park" RV campground? Or will objections raised by neighbors prevail?