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New noise ordinance being considered at Metro Park

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- New legislation is being presented Tuesday night to City Council.

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G Mayn Frost - 9/26/2013 2:48 AM
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This is pathetic the venue is made for music! You can not dictate how loud a $250,000+ concert can be! What about the people living near the air port or near train tracks? We aren't meeting to close those down or eliminate those noise issues! This is a great venue one that ACTUALLY attracts acts to this city and you want to put limitations on it because Mr & mrs.Wilson have a problem with the vibration once every 3 months?!? #BAPHOONARY

amedeesse - 9/25/2013 2:43 PM
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I understand that to them the noise and bass is an issue, but the shows happen a few times a year, 2 to 4; not everyday all day. Suck it up and move on.

LONNIE32 - 9/25/2013 2:33 PM
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I'm getting sick and tired of St. Nicholas telling the city of Jacksonville what to do because of noise coming from band playing at Met Park. Do they realize that sound can travel across water and they live on the other side of the river it will be loud to them. I guess they don't care if Jacksonville make any money from any concerts might be playing at Met Park and if they do care we would have big name bands come to Jacksonville but we can't have big name bands come here to play at Met Park because of them complainting about the loud music from the bands at Met Park.

hixnbeach - 9/24/2013 5:08 PM
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Why are we not using Met Park for the wonderful Jazzfest we used to have instead of banishing concert-goers to the shadeless curbs and sidewalks of downtown streets? Another beautiful downtown asset sits empty and u used.
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