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Residents and businesses pack town hall on noise ordinance

March 27, 2024 - 00:00
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Bandera residents had the opportunity March 18 at a Town Hall that packed the Silver Sage to raise questions and share their thoughts on proposed changes to the city’s noise ordinance that would allow for slightly louder sounds during the day but designated quiet hours with lower decibel maximums at night.As the crowd settled in, Bandera Marshal Nancy DeFoster told those in attendance the mayor wanted everyone to come together to determine the best sound ordinance for the town.“This is not a lynch mob,” she said. “There are no pitchforks and no torches. You raise your voice or you curse ...

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