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Re: “A rural row over Maple View Farm

This issue has been blown way out of proportion. The only time that live music has been played outside to where the residents of Green Rise could hear was during the Ag Wag events, held in the Spring and Fall. 2 times out of an entire year.

The birthday parties held at the Ag Center are just as educational as the activities that take place during the week. Everyone does an educational activity while at the Ag Center. The hayrides are educational as well. The riders learn about the cows, the land at Maple View, and how the milk is bottled. The tractors come with the country and are apart of this environment.

As for the room rentals, the Ag Center provides an affordable place for people to hold events that they feel are special enough to be held somewhere other than there houses or community centers. I support that completely, because not everyone can afford to spend thousands of dollars just on a venue to hold a wedding reception, sweet sixteen party, or a holiday event.

These things may not be in their permit, but I live in this community and none of these things bother me or my family. Maybe it is how I was raised, to respect something that enhances where I live. I support the Ag Center 100 percent. It is a beautiful facility and I enjoy visiting there with my family and seeing the true beauty of what the country has to offer.

Posted by dairylover on 07/08/2010 at 10:17 PM

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