Absolutely not! We presently live next to one of these venues and for anyone of you that support it you should be required to live next to one for a summer! We bought our property 12 yrs. before this nonsense started,we bought it for the peace,quite and serenity of rural life and we actually live here unlike the business owner.We used to be able to hear a pin drop on any given night.Now we are forced to keep our windows and doors shut every Fri.,Sat & Sun. night from May til Nov. due to the excessive thumping of bass and amplified music and dust from the gravel road it is on.At the conditional use permit mtg. we brought up all of our concerns,not unfounded fears but issues we had already been forced to live with as this business had already been allowed by Scott county and Belle Plaine township to operate for an entire summer without a conditional permit for fear of lawsuits from brides and grooms.At the conditional use permit mtg. we waited a half hour for the business owner to arrive at her own mtg. and she was given 45 mins. to make her case for it.The people against it were given 3 minutes! There's democracy at work, huh?The points we brought up and the pictures and police reports we brought were'nt even looked at nor considered for 3 seconds before it was voted on and approved! One of the township board members,prior to mtg said and I quote "this would never go on next to my place" unquote. I guess its ok next to mine as he voted to approve it!Almost every condition of operating a extended home business has been disregarded by Scott county and their zoning dept. so that the business can remain open.Whatever agreements were made at the Cond. mtg for this venue to open have been swept under the rug, so if you believe the contracts these people sign will be upheld you will be sadly disappointed.When we bring issues to our township mtgs. we are told and I quote" If you don't like it you can move" just what you want to hear after you work over 30 yrs to afford your land! When brought to the attention of the owner she told us she would come down and discuss possible solutions. That was last Sept. and still a no show! If anyone believes these are unsubstantiated issues just Google "neighbors who have problems with wedding barns" and you'll find over 700,000 responses as these things are destroying the quality of life for thousands across the country.