Port Street Conversations: The Issue of Noise Worry Residents as Annexation Plans are Considered

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As part of the process of gaining community input on the possible annexation of properties Port Street project, the Easton Town Council spent a good bit of their time on Monday night listening to community comments on potential noise problems that may result in the annexing and commercialization of properties on Port Street that would have outdoor amplification for concerts and other events.

As noted by Council President John Ford, the responsibility of the Council that evening was to “listen and consider,” all possible positions before approving the annexation proposal.

The public comment phase of the process will be continued at the next Council meeting.

This video is approximately eighteen minutes in length. To watch this entire meeting, please click here to watch on TV-98 at http://streams.tv-98.com/

Letters to Editor

  1. Alan Boisvert says:

    Noise? Hah. What could be noisier then all the asinine pick up trucks running around this town already.
    You want to stop noise, lets start by requiring mufflers on trucks.

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