A RV play park could soon be a part of El Campo, if its annexation request gets the blessing of the city’s Planning & Zoning Commission next week. Planned with 250 lots for vacationers wanting to enjoy a $3 million pool, dubbed the largest backyard swimming pool in the world, the development dubbed “El Campo Lost Lagoon” covers about 40 acres in the 500 block of CR 451 to the northeast of the current city limits line.
An RV park with a two-acre pool just northeast of El Campo got the green light on its utility plans Monday night. City council approved hiring Befco of Ganado as the design engineer for the water and sewer lines in a 6-1 vote with Councilwoman Anisa Vasquez against. kAmyFDE AC:@C E@ G@E:?8[ '2DBF6K C6BF6DE65 3:5 D966ED 7C@> E96 D6G6? 4@>A2? :6D :?E6C6DE65 :? 5@:?8 E96 ;@3[ 3FE H2D E@=5 E96J H6C6 F?2G2:=23=6]k^Am kAm“(6 5@?’E 92G6 5@==2C 2>@F?ED 7C@> E96 @E96C 7:C>D] %9:D :D 32D65 @?
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