SOME NEIGHBORS -- DON'T WANT AN INFLUX OF PEOPLE TYING
THE KNOT IN THEIR COMMUNITY.
OTHER SAYS IT'S GOOD FOR BUSINESS.
KXLY4'S KYLEE CRUZ EXPLAINS BOTH SIDES.
over the years greenbluff has become a very popular
place for couples to get married but some neighbors
say they don't like the noise and worry about this
community becoming a commercial destination
SOME NEIGHBORS LIVING IN GREENBLUFF WANT TO PRESERVE
THEIR QUIET COMMUNITY - THEY DON'T WANT EXTRA TRAFFIC.
THEY'RE ALSO CONCERNED ABOUT ALCOHOL AND PEOPLE DRIVING
THROUGH THE AREA, AFTER A WEDDING IS OVER.
BUT THOSE IN FAVOR OF WEDDINGS AT GREENBLUFF SAY IT
NOT ONLY BOOSTS THEIR BUSINESS BUT HELPS OTHER FARMS
THIS AFTERNOON - SEVERAL DOZEN PEOPLE MET WITH THE
SPOKANE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO TALK ABOUT THE ISSUE.
why should the residents of an entire area be subject
to severe hardships so that few residents can conduct
the business that should be done in commercial zone
you have to do some extra activities, it's called
agri-tourism, basically we want the county commissioners
to recognize that ag-tourism brings families to the
BOTH SIDES OF THE ISSUE ARE VERY PASSIONATE.
RIGHT NOW COMMISSIONERS ARE LOOKING AT SEVERAL POSSIBLE
OPTIONS THAT COULD HELP TO DEFINE THE HOURS AND NUMBERS
OF EVENTS THESE VENUES CAN HAVE.
the county commissioners won't make a final decision
today, this afternoon's meeting is just for public
testimony, we'll keep you updated on this story and
let you know the final outcome, soc