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Public Hearing scheduled in Danbury on noise ordinance changes

The Danbury City Council will hold a public hearing Modnay night on two ordinances aimed at protecting quality of life. 


A so-called "plainly audible standard" is being considered in Danbury when it comes to overhauling the City's noise ordinance.  The biggest change gets rid of the requirement for a noise reader.  The target is excessive noise from cars including amplifiers and exhaust systems.  Penalties increase for each violation. 


The Neighborhood Preservation Zone is aimed at cracking down on habitual offenders who host large parties and the like.  The proposed ordinance includes the definition of outdoor group activity and five violations which would prompted a $250 fine. 


The public hearing in City Hall will be at 7pm.

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