The owners of the stables at the end of Cape Breton Way, Social Good Fund Inc., say they actively marketed Sweeney Ridge Equestrian in hopes of finding another equestrian user, but none was found. The declaration came in the form of a statement from Sweeney Ridge Equestrian.
Sweeney Ridge Equestrian announced it will end its business after five years and that a nonprofit organization is in the process of buying the property. Social Good Fund Inc. supported the six-month temporary use permit application for Iglesia ni Cristo, a church, to use the property for worship services five days a week, said Christian Murdock, deputy director of planning.
“The Planning Department is reviewing a temporary use permit application for a church use of the existing property lasting up to six months, and the Planning Commission will consider whether to approve the temporary use permit at a public hearing, which will be scheduled at some point in the future,” Murdock said.