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Ruling against noisy nightclub upheld on appeal, penalties reduced

A Divisional Court judge has taken some of the sting out of a ruling against a downtown nightclub that keeps its neighbours up at night, but it’s a blow nonetheless, says a lawyer retained by the bar. 560 more words

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The telling quote is “…and many people here feel they don’t fit the region’s values.”  From Lewis and Clark, to frontier outposts, to the Naval Shipyard and Torpedo Station, to coastal defense, to 13th Naval District, to Superfortresses and Liberty Ships, to Fort Lewis and McChord Field, to Sky Warriors, Intruders, Prowlers, Orions, Poseidons, and Growlers the military has had a major hand in the development and prosperity of the Puget Sound region.  876 more words

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Montreal daycare claims small victory over big contractor

A daycare in Montreal’s Griffintown neighbourhood is claiming a small victory over a large construction company, after the contractor agreed to install temporary sound barriers on some of the windows. 375 more words


Vile and disgusting

Received the following from a reader who has submitted it as a letter to one of the local news outlets.  I agree with not giving the name of the offending organization/website in order to avoid giving them more publicity than they deserve.  204 more words

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Noise complaints threaten the future of Bristol's live music venues

Live music venues in Bristol are under threat from property developers who want to build luxury flats nearby.

The Fleece is worried about noise complaints and has taken to social media to raise awareness of the potential risk of closure. 964 more words


Resident Called DIA 1,700 Times Last Year To Complain About Noise

KEENESBURG, Colo. (CBS4) – Denver International Airport received more than 3,000 complaints about noise in 2017.

Almost half of the 3,494 came from one person. 81 more words


Winnipeg's public service says no to setting time limits on loud music

Downtown residents weary of noisy patios might be disappointed.

The issue of loud music emanating from restaurants and bars is on the agenda at city hall next week, and the public service’s report recommends Winnipeg not change existing bylaws. 96 more words