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Sound levels from live or recorded amplified outdoor music will be monitored closely, according to the settlement ending the neighbors’ lawsuit filed at Berkshire Superior Court a year ago.
A neighborhood group’s lawsuit to limit events with amplified music at the Richmond farm will be heard in Berkshire Superior Court, unless mediation efforts achieve a pretrial settlement.
The Richmond farm that holds private and public events with music can now pour spirits distilled off-premises, in addition to beer and wine. A lawsuit by four neighbors seeking to shut down events with music is pending in Berkshire Superior Court.
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Berkshire Superior Court Judge Michael Callan set an Oct. 14 date to schedule a bench trial on the suit by four Richmond Shores residents against the town and the Route 41 winery owners to stop the music that they find disturbing to their peace and quiet.
Amid an ongoing lawsuit by neighbors, the Balderdash Cellars farm and winery in Richmond hires a noted restoration firm to renovate its 18th century barn to host indoor weddings, concerts, wine tastings and food offerings.
RICHMOND — A scenic mid-19th-century farm now operated as a land trust by private owners is on track to host seasonal weddings.
RICHMOND — Let the music play. But, only on certain days, at certain times, and with noise restrictions for outdoor amplified performances in …
RICHMOND — Balderdash Cellars, the winery relocated from a Pittsfield commercial building basement to a 25-acre farm just south of the city li…