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Serenbe Playhouse is getting rave reviews for its production of Miss Saigon. But its use of a Vietnam-era Huey helicopter during the nighttime productions has frustrated some neighbors who say it’s just the latest in a line of issues related to the community.

“It’s just been nightmarish,” said Victoria Adair, a neighbor in rural Chattahoochee Hills, 30 miles southwest of Atlanta. “It’s supposed to be a peaceful getaway from the city. It has not been quiet whatsoever.”

To read more about the problems residents are having, and the response from Serenbe, click here.

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