APN 222-181-10 is currently developed as Dean Creek Resort (motel, campground and RV park), a 13-acre operation which has been in existence for many years. The parcel is on Hwy. 101 southbound Redway exit and is bordered on all sides by river, vacant lands and roadway.
A Special Permit for a motorcycle event to be known as the "101 Run." The event is proposed to be held on Saturday, June 7th, 2003, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 12 a.m. at the Dean Creek Resort (Resort). The organizers of the event expect between 800 and 1,000 participants. Participants will be required to be over the age of 18 and must arrive on motorcycles in order to be admitted into the event (except those with camping reservations). The 13.5-acre parcel has +/- 50 RV sites with hook-ups and a large tent camping area. Additional portable toilets with hand-washing facilities will be brought to the site and maintained by the contractor for the event. Alcohol, food and music will be provided and all proceeds for these venues will benefit several Southern Humboldt organizations. Security, traffic control and emergency response teams will be provided for by local groups. The event is being advertised in such a way that +/- 90% of the participants will be staying at other campgrounds or motels and entering the Resort on their motorcycles, thus allowing a larger number of people and more flexibility in terms of parking. The Resort is licensed as an RV Park and Campground through the State of California.
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