McBee Rescinds Mobile Home Policy
May 24, 2018
McBee town council rethinks mobile home policy
Following a 45-minute executive session at a called meeting Thursday, May 24, in which McBee Town Council discussed the legal ramifications of a recently passed motion regarding mobile homes, council returned to open session and unanimously rescinded that motion.
The original motion, which passed unanimously at the May 1 regular meeting, read, “that mobile homes immediately be refrained from being placed on any lot within the town limits of McBee and any uninhabited mobile homes cannot be occupied.” Councilman Macey Stephens was not present for that May 1 vote.
Making the motion on May 24 to rescind the May 1 motion was council member Kemp McLeod, with the second made by Mayor John Campolong. All council members were present for the vote to rescind the May 1 motion.
Read the full account of the meeting in the May 30 issue of The Link.