"The activity goes beyond friends and family and word of mouth interests. There is a club that involves some type of membership that is even being advertised out of state. So it goes from somebody's private use of their property to something that is regulated by zoning," McCulley said.
Zoning officials say that the group must get a proper permit to continue activities in the future.
Keep the government a**holes out by not openly advertising, I hope. KMA Albemarle County
I'm just here for the gasoline. --Max
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