No complaints on noise ordinance, police say

Along with several graphs supplied to council, Police Chief Ken Miller said there haven't been any complaints with the new noise ordinance. Council instructed the police to monitor the implementation of the ordinance for 60 days without issuing fines and to report back. The new noise ordinance went into effect July 15, and according to Miller, only three of the 54 tickets issued during the 60 days were to entertainment venues, the anticipated target of most complaints. Here is some of the content of his report to council in today's IFYI report. I assume the "female resident" lives in Center Pointe, since residents there (namely developer Roy Carroll and Teresa Yon) were behind the complaints aimed at Greene Street Club which is specifically named.

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