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Nudist resort’s lawsuit against county officials goes to court
Nudist resort lawsuit
Dawson County-based nudist resort Paradise Valley Resort Club has appealed the decision in its lawsuit against county officials, citing that trial court Senior Judge Richard Winegarden erred in upholding five stop work orders on the resort’s forthcoming construction and renovation projects. - photo by Julia Hansen
For two full days on Jan. 20 and 21, attorneys pored over documents in order to discern whether local fire officials were justified in issuing stop-work orders for forthcoming structures at Paradise Valley Resort Club, located in eastern Dawson County. Representatives for the clothing-optional or nudist resort went to court after suing Fire Marshal and Division Chief Jeff Bailey, Fire Chief and EMA Director Danny Thompson and Lt. Chris Archer of Fire Prevention. A decision has not yet been made in the case.