MontCo. considers relaxing noise rules
A Montgomery County Council committee is scheduled to take up a bill Monday that could relax noise restrictions near the outdoor Strathmore Hall and potentially lift them altogether for the streets of downtown Silver Spring and Bethesda, TBD.com reports.
Montgomery County's noise limits are 65 decibels during the day, and 55 during the evening. The bill would eliminate those limits for the Bethesda and Silver Spring urban districts.
To read more on the bill, go to TBD.com.
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| November 22, 2010; 11:16 AM ET
Categories: Crime and Public Safety, Maryland
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