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"We've done less than 20 weddings since we opened -- 20 weddings in two years." "It doesn't matter how many they're having," Greg George, one of the neighbors, told KXAN. "They shouldn't have any. Every one of them is an inconvenience." George, who has two young kids, lives on the property directly east of the venue. The houses are separated by about 100 feet and a privacy fence, and George said he can hear live music echoing from the backyard during ceremonies, as well as professional fireworks shows late into the night. He was one of the neighbors who sued the Saligas to stop them from hosting weddings, saying that restrictions in the property deed prevented them from operating the business. But Judge Bill Henry of the 428th District Court ruled against George and the other neighbors, saying that when Saliga bought her property in 2006, the seller was mis-identified in documents, and, therefore, the deed restrictions were outside of the chain of deed and did not apply. Further, the judge ruled the venue wouldn't violate the restrictions anyway, since the Saligas use the property primarily as their home, the venue operates on an appointment basis and does not have employees, and because the noise they generate stays within the legal bounds. George and the others who sued are appealing the decision. "We don't have a lot of noise or loud music here," Saliga said. "We monitor it like crazy." That's not how George sees it. Videos he's taken on his phone show the view from his back porch with music heard coming over the privacy fence between the properties. Other videos show fireworks displays he says run late into the night. Saliga said they've had nine minutes of fireworks, total, since they opened in 2016, and they wrap up before 11 p.m. Now she and her husband are suing George and the other neighbors, saying after last year's ruling, they've started intentionally disrupting weddings in an attempt to ruin them.
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