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“We are excited to bring this turn-key event venue to Mitchell. We will have shuttles, offer food catering and beverages to host a wide range of events,” Austen Iverson said of his plans to turn the property into an event venue.
“I know there are neighbors who have concerns. But whatever is out there will have to meet the city’s codes and requirements, including noise ordinances," said Don Petersen, a Mitchell attorney representing the buyer of the former Kelley property.
While the council approved the buyer’s $1.59 million offer on the property this summer, the buyer stipulated the sale is contingent on the conditional use permit for the property to operate a wedding style venue.
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Traffic concerns, noise and increased dust from vehicles were several concerns that nearby property owners had over the buyer behind the $1.59 million approved offer of the former Kelley home.
Mayor Bob Everson said the city received a "serious offer"
“We’ve had quite a few people tour it in the last several months,” Mayor Bob Everson said.

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Owner Rob Nicholson pointed to family matters and the impact COVID-19 has had on finding workers as major factors that led he and his wife to list the business.

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