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  • Nudist Camp/Resort approved in Franklin County Missouri

    A conditional use permit for a nudist resort near Lonedell, Missouri, was approved Tuesday night by the Franklin County Planning and Zoning Board.

    The camp would be 52 acres, located off of Yellow Dog Road. The owner, Lawrence Schulz, lives in Jefferson County and he says he's been working on this for a year. He says he will do whatever is necessary to make his dream a reality. He has six months to comply with the permit requirements.

    There are several stipulations to the nudist resort. They include an 8-foot fence, no admission to anyone under the age of 18, and Schulz must get permission from a neighboring property owner for use of the easement.

    The resort would have an indoor and an outdoor pool, as well as some permanent housing for members.

    Franklin County already has one nudist camp. The owner says it has been in business since the 1950s.

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    A conditional use permit for a nudist resort near Lonedell, Missouri, was approved Tuesday night by the Franklin County Planning and Zoning Board.

    The camp would be 52 acres, located off of Yellow Dog Road. The owner, Lawrence Schulz, lives in Jefferson County and he says he's been working on this for a year. He says he will do whatever is necessary to make his dream a reality. He has six months to comply with the permit requirements.

    There are several stipulations to the nudist resort. They include an 8-foot fence, no admission to anyone under the age of 18, and Schulz must get permission from a neighboring property owner for use of the easement.

    The resort would have an indoor and an outdoor pool, as well as some permanent housing for members.

    Franklin County already has one nudist camp. The owner says it has been in business since the 1950s.

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    • #3
      http://www.ksdk.com/news/news_articl...?storyid=97194

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      • #4
        quote:
        There are several stipulations to the nudist resort. They include an 8-foot fence, no admission to anyone under the age of 18


        That does not bode well. The county is treating it as a sexually oriented business rather than a family recreation site. Lonedells other nudist resort Forty Acre Club is a 56 year old AANR family club that admits children with parents or legal guardian.

        -Mark

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        • #5
          There was news (last month?) when Lawrence Schulz submitted his application to get a permit to operate his new nudist club.

          Does anyone remember whether he was only trying to get an Adults-Only Club permit? Or was that stipulation added by the Franklin County Planning and Zoning Board?

          Just Wondering,
          David

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          • #6
            News Article www.ksdk.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=96964

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            • #7
              Found an article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that says:
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              The hurdles include a six-month time frame to meet the commission's requirements for the permit, including getting a right-of-way for an access road. Opponents believe Schulz will never get that right-of-way from St. Louis restaurant owner Charlie Gitto, who owns neighboring property and opposes the proposed nude resort.

              The commission also required that minors not be allowed at the resort and that Schulz build an 8-foot privacy fence around the property, among other conditions.
              ...


              Take Care & Stay Bare,
              David

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              • #8
                I have been following this on the local TV news channel, as I live possibly fifty or sixty miles from the proposed new nudist resort. It is my impression that Lawrence Schulz has never wanted to start an "adult" facility. If he wanted to do this, those you attended the meeting to protest would have convinced the council to reject Schulz' request for a nudist camp.

                As it was, there was much opposition to any nudist camp, by many prudes who showed up at the meeting to protest.
                Junita Perkins was especially ugly acting, when seen on TV, when she resolutely said, with fire in her eyes, "He's not welcome there, and he's not going to be welcome there, and there will be no peace as long as he's there".

                I am saddened by the fact that the council stipulated that Schulz must put up an 8 foot fence out there in the wilderness, and that persons under 18 are not allowed to enter with their families. The other long time nudist resort nearby in the same Franklin County does not have this requirement, so this is clearly unfair discrimination.

                They interviewed the neighbor-man on TV who will be asked to give a right-of-way on his road so that persons can get to the new resort. He did not appear on TV to be happy about granting this right-of-way. I hope, and I would suppose, that there is some law that requires a landowner to grant a right-of-way so that someone else can get to their own property.

                Shultz has six months to comply with these instruction.

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