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Re: “The Party Barn: Are Rustic Weddings Destroying a Way of Life in Rural Orange County?

There was also a conversation with her husband, Chris Brewer before construction started. He was asked politely if ANYTHING could be done to change his view on building this venue. His response was that "we would consider selling the property if, we could get a PACKAGE DEAL. Find us another similar property that we could build this on AND, pay us what we have in this property now." There is no more "farm" on that property then when they bought it over a year ago. There are 40 sapling Chestnut trees and about 200 square feet of flowers, a lot of clearing for drives, a parking lot and the "barn" itself but, no farm. How can this be allowed to happen? How is it that the powers that be, can't side with an entire community and stop this instead of one family with entitlement issues being allowed to ruin this quiet and safe "piece of heaven"?

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Posted by ConcernedCitizen on 09/14/2016 at 4:06 PM

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