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Lyons Asked to "Hold the Noise Down"
Wednesday, 20 November 2013

November 20--  The Lyons city council is being asked to pass a local law to hold down noise in the city.

At the November city council meeting, David Stanley presented the council with a petition signed by 18 residents regarding loud noise from Kerrigan's night club on Highway 280.  Stanley said the music is so loud is "shakes the water in sinks and vibrates the house."

Mayor Willis NeSmith promised to discuss the issue with the city attorney.

The council approved the 2014 city budget of $3,737,243.00, awarded a website contract to Wesley Woods for $1,499.00 and okayed a deal with Republic Services for weekly pickup of recycling dumpsters at city fire stations.

 
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