Noise Free America: A Coalition to Promote Quiet has written a book on illegal motorcycle noise. It is a visual guide to illegal motorcycle equipment, intended to make it easier for law enforcement officials to identify illegal equipment and thus issue more citations. Please order the book, read the book, and recommend it to your local law enforcement agencies.
Noise Free America: A Coalition to Promote Quiet has local chapters in many states. Our local chapters are conducting petition drives, testifying before city councils, hosting community meetings, speaking to community groups, and meeting with police officials. Our monthly “Noisy Dozen” award is issued to major noise polluters and has gained a significant amount of media attention.
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Virtually all grocery stores play “background” music and have frequent “clean up on aisle seven” announcements. I had a particularly egregious experience in June 2018 at a Food Lion store in Durham, North Carolina. When I entered the store, I was greeted...read more
I am member of the Meadowmont wellness facility in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Meadowmont is owned and operated by the University of North Carolina. Meadowmont is a beautiful facility. Unfortunately, however, there is frequently very loud music in the...read more
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In many noise ordinances, it has been common practice to exempt certain types of noise from controls in the public interest. Such exemptions typically include emergency service work, emergency vehicles, farm equipment, special events with a permit … and...read more