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Wednesday, December 11, 2013
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Noise pollution affecting residents
I am a student and live at a rental apartment building in Macoya. Almost every day I am forced to put up with a constant high level of noise emanating from the car of a fellow resident. This young man has no respect whatsoever for others as he insists on blasting his “music” and sounding his fancy horn every two feet as he speeds along. He drives by a lot every day and sometimes at wee hours in the morning with his speaker boxes tilted and focused outside his rear windows so that he is least affected by the deafening noise.
Often at times he has a little child seated in the back, exposed to the horrendous noise. Mr Noisemaker, please lower your volume and place your speakers so you can be fully exposed to and appreciate the poor taste of what you may consider to be “music”. Your hearing is quite possibly already damaged by the amount and level of the awful sound that is being emitted. Surely we all love and enjoy music but not ear-piercing offensive noise. It is annoying and absurd!
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