Four of the supervisors visited the private playground of Kelly Straughen, Jr. Sunday. Neighbors were there complaining about noise, pollution, safety and traffic.
Strraughen wrote a letter to the supervisors Monday in defense of his property.
Straughen says, "I think the supervisors are still concerned because of the opposition but I spoke with one of my neighbors yesterday and I believe my opposition is dwindling."
Chuck Ahrend, the District Two Supervisor, adds, "One of the concerns we had was the children in these vehicles doing some of these complicated maneuvers, but on the flip side, on a positive note, It was a family function."
Ahrend says the supervisors could vote on the matter at the end of May.