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We've written numerous times about the battle between the owners of the old Weyerhaeuser Mansion on North Stevens and the neighbors over whether or not the large historic property can be used for events like weddings.
The matter could have been wity a recent compromise ruling from the Hearing Examiner granted the property owners a conditional use permit, along with a list of conditions.
Apparently those conditions weren't enough for the neighbors, who are now suing at the County level. They're challenging the premise that the whole property is a historic site, which qualifies it for adaptive reuse. They also complain that the Hearing Examiner's solution of requiring the estate owners to erect a sound barrier wall would be unattractive, and still insufficient to block noise from wedding festivities on the other side from their third floor.Read more at The News Tribune