Frick said she doesnt plan on having more than 150-200 people on site at a time. I dont anticipate more than maximum, probably 200 people at one time. A typical wedding is between 50 and 150 people, she said. She also said she plans to bring in horses that would be used for photo shoots for wedding couples. In the future, she said there may be a day when she would lease the property to a group that may want to house a live band, since the property has the offering of a large bleacher seating area. She added that she will cease the receptions at 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and at 11 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. As a condition of approval, Frick will have to dedicate up to 40 feet in width across the subject property on Homestead Road to the county for public use. She also told the commission that she would be amenable to an inspection of a septic tank on the property to determine its capacity within 60 days after the purchase after some of the board members questioned whether the venue has enough water capacity to accommodate all of the guests. An additional special condition of approval includes the dedication of Squaw Valley Road right of way of 30 feet on the east side of the property to the county.

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