The proprietors of Cozy Hills Campground in Bantam ( ) are proposing an with 100 at Klug Farm located on Klug Hill Road.
Through the representation of Attorney Charles Ebersol, Cozy Hills’ owners Lelah Campo and Dan Mahieu presented their plans to the Planning &Commission on Wednesday.
According to a report, part of the special exception permit required for the application includes changing theregulations on facilities. The applicants claim that these regulations are outdated and need to be revised to reflect national standards.
“In reviewing Section 6.7 (of the Torringtonregulations) with Martin Connor and Jeremy Leifert in December, we believe the 23-year-old regulation needs revision … The nature and business of [have] changed since the regulation was adopted,” Ebersol said.
Campo told the commission thathas become more well-known and that Cozy Hills is a success.
She added that Klug Hill Farmwould be “upscale”.
The owners claim that their proposed changes to theregulation follow national standards and are based on the National Fire Protection Association, the National Association for Owners, and (KOA).
The couple will have to submit an application to the Inland Wetlands Commission. Campo stated that she hopes to submit theamendment application next month.