A shot at Grayt-ness: Grayt Grounds of Monet Monet opens with unique concept

Published: Thursday, May 30, 2013 at 04:44 PM.

Shortly after opening, Peebles said a complaint was filed about the noise. That is an issue Peebles said she is working on, as well as adequate parking.

"We're working through stuff," she said. "But we're not doing anything that Jonathon didn't do when he owned the place. People just want to be hurtful and that is not good positive energy."

"We're working to get properly vested," said Hard. "Jonathon held events here, and we have also, from time to time. Our attorney is working with the county to get it all worked out."

The BCC's Public Information Officer, Louis Svehla, said events may have been held at that location in the past, but they have not been of that large a scale. He said the owners were cited for being in violation of code and are on notice to come into compliance and get permitted for these type events.

The first possible date they could come before the BCC is at a June 11 meeting, said Svehla.

Meanwhile, the events are proceeding as scheduled, said Hard.

As for the future, Peebles says she wants to restore the gardens to their original plantings. It's her 10-year project, she said.

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