Peter Barber of Blue Mountain Church Road is concerned about a resort he described it as a B&B that has been growing near his home. He described it to the town board as a B&B. Hacienda de Leyenda is a growing resort, and he questioned how many people would be allowed to be there, what plans there were for additional buildings, what kinds of special events would take place in a larger building, and whether a sound studio and a yoga studio were in the plans. He questioned whether the facility offered adequate parking, and whether . . .
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