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Officials Say Camp is Operating with No License, Again

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ROCKVILLE, Utah (AP) -- For the fourth year in a row police have cited a southern Utah summer camp for operating without a license.

The couple who run the camp in Rockville say they try to stay compliant with city ordinances. But town officials say they don't allow camps. Authorities say Harold and Jackie Wells are not only operating Camp Konitawa without a license they're violating the town's land code, too.

Police say after their second citation the Wellses were fined. Last year's citations are still pending.

Harold Wells was also placed on probation for the 2005 citations and one of the terms of his probation was that he not operate a camp.

But his probation ended in May, right before the camp's season started.

The cost is $300 per child and the camp is scheduled to run for two more weeks.

Information from: The Spectrum

(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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