Site saved from closure as health board rules on water

A motorhome park in Iowa has been given a new lease of life after health officials decided that the owner of the park, Brant Lemer, had taken the necessary steps to avoid its closure.

Problems for the campsite started in December when a water main broke. In May the county Board of Health gave residents 60 days to move due to the quality of water on the property.   The solution for the owner was to supply water to only fourteen vehicles on water hookup which would take the park out from under the jurisdiction of the Department of Natural Resources and place it under the authority of the county and allow the park to remain open.

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