There has always been a deadline of 30+ days prior. That's not new at all. Even if it wasn't 3 months like this year, it certainly was not 5 days before, as the group had done this year, apparently. And from what the town has said, it was a substantial amount of NEW documentation that needed to be reviewed. So it didn't matter that the group had operated for so long, it was that they did not leave enough time to fully review the 100s of pages of documentation to ensure it was all valid.I did watch the video. My point on the new regs comment was the camp has been there forever with the "old regs" and I get that the town says they notified the camp about the regs but I just wonder what exactly needed to be in place 3 months prior as the owners filed the paper work on July 10 and were told it couldn't open because of the 3 month window. I would think whoever was in charge of all the licenses etc would have been up on the "new regs" (and what exactly are they vs the old) and avoided this debacle.