Monday, April 11, 2011

Read city's new noise plan

The city of Charlotte is considering a $1,000 fine for bars and restaurants that refuse to turn down the volume on live outdoor music. Before getting hit with a fine, chronic noise producers would get a chance to change the way they present live outdoor shows and stop disturbing people in surrounding residential areas, under changes proposed for the city’s noise ordinance. Click here to read changes to the proposed ordinance. After two violations, a business that continues to generate noise complaints could be banned for one year from having live music outdoors. The City Council’s Community Safety Committee will hear public comments April 20 on the newest plan. - Karen Sullivan

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Matthew said...

This is absurd patty kinsey, drop it!!!! Move out to the suburbs if you hate sound past 10 o'clock. Don't ruin city life for all of us. I don't support this at all.

Anonymous said...

Residents of District 1 vote democrat Patsy Kinsy out of office! This elitist has been in power way too long.

Anonymous said...

The proposed limit of 60 db at the property line is extremely low...it's like the volume level of a normal conversation from 3' away. This is crazy.

Anonymous said...

Authority abuse or what groping a 6 year old child? Pervert? Fire the wacko. Marxist liberalism to the extreme.


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