A lawsuit over the volume and duration of summer concerts at the Haines Junction Village Bakery and Deli has been dismissed.
A consent dismissal order, signed by the three residents who launched the legal action and the lawyer representing the bakery, was filed to the Yukon Supreme Court on Sept. 1.
The order does not offer any details on how or why both sides agreed to bring the case to an end, but marks the tentative conclusion to a years-long dispute over the bakery’s summer concert series, which sees musicians perform at the venue on weekend nights.
While popular with visitors and locals, some residents claimed that certain performances in recent years
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