Residents Of Southold Upset Over Loud Music; Noise Ordinance Coming

SOUTHOLD, NY (WCBS 880) — Noise is a big problem in one Long Island town but that’s about to change.

Instead of hearing the sound of birds, some residents in the town of Southold have been hearing loud music and it’s been keeping them up at night.

LISTEN: WCBS 880’s Sophia Hall reports

“Businesses that have loud music and they play it all night,” said resident Ruth Ann Bramson.

Bramson says Southold is the only town on the island without a noise ordinance, that is until July 19 when the board is expected to pass one.

Those who violate the law will face up to $2,500 in fines.

The ordinance will not allow any noise louder than 50 decibels in the evening and overnight hours, which is no louder than the air conditioner.

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One Comment

  1. Jeff says:

    you guys are nuts they want to take are Radios To?
    Stop building a House every 5 feet and you Whouldin”t have this Problom

  2. kendra says:

    that does not make any sense its bad enough that i have to listen to loud music over here in the city they also have that in the burbs to?i hope the people in that part of the burbs complain about that problem to towns hall people cause that is just not right at all.

  3. Mike says:

    Sophia Hall is one sexy doable lady.

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