is a source of revenue for Chehaw (Georgia) and Director Morgan Burnette said that officials are reviewing their plans to make the most out of the existing area.
The other issue to be considered is whether to expand theareas, according to a report.
“We cleared some land (on the westernmost end of the) with the idea of adding more spaces, but we decided to hold up on that project right now,” Burnette said. We’re in the middle of our master plan, and what we’re going to have to decide is if it would best serve our purpose to add more spaces, offer a different kind of , or reconfigure our spaces available to best utilize them.”
“It’s not a question of whether we’re going to have some changes in ourfacilities; it’s more a matter of how this makes the most sense with our master plan.”
A change that the officials made to Chehaw‘s regulations states that extended stays at the are now limited to 90 days. This change was needed because construction workers and nurses essentially were able to set up living quarters at the in the early outbreak of the pandemic.
Chehawis home to three tiny , a deluxe (with a bathroom, bedrooms, and living space), plenty of primitive ( ) space, as well as water and electric hookups for .
“It may be that we just do a better job with the space we have as far as any changes to thefacilities. We don’t want to turn it into wall-to-wall people, though. That’s what most want to get away from,” Burnette said.
Burnette also said that Georgia and puts money back into the community.at Chehaw is crucial to any future plans as it brings tourists to southwest
“We just want to make sure we do what’s best for the future of the,” she ended.