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Noise complaints

The 108-page document filed in Manhattan Supreme Court notes that some residents have been forced to turn up their TVs or air-conditioners in order to drown out the noise of outdoor dining.
Residential noise complaints have gone up by 22 percent compared to the same period last year—from 28,599 calls in 2019 to 35,972 in 2020.
'Turns out, not only was the owner of this car inconsiderate to his Queens neighbors, he was also operating it while intoxicated.'
The dispute stems from an upstairs neighbor who has complained about hearing noise from the cinema.
'YOUR A***** DRIVER IS STILL PARKED ON VAN CORTLANDT PARK SOUTH AND BLASTING NOISE. YOU, MISTER SOFTEE, HAVE BEEN THERE FOR MORE THAN AN HOUR. DO NOT COME TO MY NEIGHBORHOOD.'
Kathleen Reilly was arrested last year after repeatedly calling the cops on rehearsing steepan bands. She was at it again last night.
A new list of the bars and clubs with the longest runs of 311 noise complaints is out.
Initial charges against her included obstructing governmental administration, two counts of false reporting an incident, disorderly conduct, and harassment, according to the NYPD.
"It looks like she did place some kind of recording device, possibly an iPad, to victims' faces after being told numerous times to stop doing so," an NYPD spokeswoman said.
"I think it's worth reminding you that you currently reside in Northern Manhattan, an enclave of ethnic and racial diversity that existed in community well before your gentrifying arrival."
Gowanus residents are not happy about their ice cream trucks.
Over 7,000 complaints about the jingle that just won't go away.
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