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Planning Commission Recommends “Wedding Barn” Compromise

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A barn along Centerville Road in rural Columbia. Owners Greg and Melinda Meyers are hoping to operate a wedding reception venue.
A barn along Centerville Road in rural Columbia. Owners Greg and Melinda Meyers are hoping to operate a wedding reception venue.

By Joe Leicht A new wedding reception in rural Columbia is one step closer to getting approval.   At their last meeting for the year, county officials appeared ready to allow the business through a special use permit, rather than rezoning the property. The Monroe County Regional Planning Commission gave a unanimous, positive recommendation to a …

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