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Apr 12, 2012

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Sean

of course not.

Eric Robert

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=356914967680285&set=a.356913974347051.82657.327328457305603&type=3&theater
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=356913977680384&set=a.356913974347051.82657.327328457305603&type=3&theater

That one is as puzzling as Milton Kern attending our meeting against the noise ordinance while writing council members and city attorneys behind our backs... Ridiculous indeed!

triadwatch

Ten best questions about the noise ordinance by eric ginsburg yes weekly here is a few

Why didn’t Roy Carroll speak?

If Carroll has such deep problems with the noise from downtown clubs and wants to see the ordinance changed, why didn’t he speak at the council meeting like everyone else? Numerous people brought him up but he wasn’t there to defend his position — instead his lawyer Henry Isaacson spoke on his behalf and for other unnamed downtown residents. Carroll has also refused to speak to YES! Weekly.


Is Greene Street a bad neighbor?

Rhinoceros Times Editor John Hammer placed all the blame on Greene Street and called the club a bad neighbor. Yet lawyer Jim Weeks, whose practice is two doors from the club and who lives very close by, said he has never been disturbed by noise from Greene Street even though his practice predates the club. Weeks spoke against the ordinance at the council meeting and sent Perkins a letter too.

bubba

"If Carroll has such deep problems with the noise from downtown clubs and wants to see the ordinance changed, why didn’t he speak at the council meeting like everyone else?"

Simple.......why do something like that, when you have a privileges like going right to your crony politician pal?

Isn't that how business gets done in Our Fair City?

Billy Jones

Bubba asked "Isn't that how business gets done in Our Fair City?"

Than and Threats and coercion.

Ed Cone

The opponents did a masterful job at the Council meeting by putting forth a large and diverse roster of speakers to make several key points.

The contrast to the single hired gun speaking for the downtown aspect of the ordinance was striking.

SAL LEONE

I have not been able to do much these days with my injury but watch TV, channel 13. The entire issue is silly and the council looks like they are creating life discussing the ordinance. Its a noise ordinance people, thats all it is,simple. The people of this city need a place to go and have a night life. I lived in a big city, near major airports and tuned stuff out.

Why live in downtown if you cant take a little noise. Some people can just hear a mouse pee on cotton

michele
"Some people can just hear a mouse pee on cotton"

Unexpected LOL.

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