The Gallatin County Commission will consider narrowing down a slate of appeals against a controversial glamping resort Tuesday.
The Riverbend Glamping Getaway has been the subject of intense scrutiny from locals and environmental groups alike. The appeals aim to challenge the approval of a floodplain permit granted by the county in November.
The Chronicle reported last year that the permit would allow the high-end resort’s developers Jeff and Jirna Pfeil to repurpose a building on the property, build access roads and utilities, and to develop 58 sites with removable structures on the property.
The proposed development is on a flood-prone island west of Mill Street Bridge in Gallatin Gateway.
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