Hampton music venues draw noise complaints: Will new ordinance assist?

    Hampton music venues draw noise complaints: Will new ordinance assist?

    Hampton music venues draw noise complaints: Will new ordinance assist?

    HAMPTON — A query on the March City Assembly poll to amend the city’s leisure ordinance goals to provide residents extra management over leisure associated noise from companies which have at instances outraged native neighborhoods.

    Developed following an incident the place quite a few residents complained a few loud music live performance at a enterprise on the west facet of city, Article 34, if handed, will amend the city’s present Leisure Actions Ordinance, in response to City Supervisor Jamie Sullivan. It’s meant to regulate loud disruptions to residents peace and quiet, take away the ambiguities that made enforcement problematic, and provides the homeowners of leisure venues a transparent image of what’s and isn’t permitted.

    “Most companies need to be good neighbors,” Sullivan mentioned.

    The amendments had been developed by a committee of resident and enterprise stakeholders from each uptown and the seashore. The committee included Sullivan, Selectwoman Amy Hansen, Police Chief Alex Reno, former police chief David Hobbs, in addition to residents James Scully and Mallory LeDuc, and enterprise homeowners Al Fleury and Andy Hart.