Yesterday’s story about a group of Prairie Village residents’ appeal to the city council to consider changing the city’s ordinances governing the storage of recreational vehicles sparked quite a conversation in the comments section.
We thought it might be interesting to try to quantify (however unscientifically) readers’ positions on the issue with one of our locally semi-famous polls. So, dear readers, do you think this is an issue the city council should take up? Or should the current regulations stand?
Should Prairie Village consider changing its recreational vehicle storage code?
- No. The city should keep its existing code. This isn't a widespread problem. (58%, 77 Votes)
- Yes. The city should not allow permanent storage of recreational vehicles at houses. (24%, 32 Votes)
- Yes. The city should continue to allow permanent storage of recreational vehicles, but should tighten its restrictions on where they are stored and how visible they are. (18%, 23 Votes)
Total Voters: 132