I dont have long sleeves. Kim figures her dress was accidentally switched at the cleaners where she had it preserved. I felt sad that I had someone elses dress, Kim said. It made me sad, because I knew one day this was going to happen to somebody else. It took four more years, but she was right. Shannon McNamaras daughter, Caroline, got engaged over the weekend. Wed always said that when one of the girls got engaged, we would open up my wedding dress, take a look at it, and relive old memories, Shannon said. So at their home in Franklin, Shannon and Caroline opened up the box. Shannon McNamara (Photo: WKRN) I noticed the bows on the sleeves. The bows on the sleeves werent on my dress, said Shannon. The dress is short-sleeved, and my dress was long-sleeved. So after that moment, I knew it wasnt my dress. Shannon immediately posted pictures on Facebook, asking friends if they recognized the dress.
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As a condition of approval, Frick will have to dedicate up to 40 feet in width across the subject property on Homestead Road to the county for public use. She also told the commission that she would be amenable to an inspection of a septic tank on the property to determine its capacity within 60 days after the purchase after some of the board members questioned whether the venue has enough water capacity to accommodate all of the guests. An additional special condition of approval includes the dedication of Squaw Valley Road right of way of 30 feet on the east side of the property to the county. Frick will also have to get a business license through the town of Pahrump prior to operating the facility, according to the documents. The town of Pahrump, Pahrump Fire Department, Nye County Sheriffs Office, Nye County School District or Public Works did not submit comments. Frick has yet to purchase the property. The property is owned by Agee and Karen Spidle of Sandy, Utah, according to the Nye County Assessors office. They acquired the property in 2012. The property was owned by race quarter-horse owners Hugo Lee and Miguel Caro in the late 1990s. The propertys latest assessed value is $452,611 including land and upgrades.
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