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Elkhart Police using billboards to enforce noise ordinance

NOW: Elkhart Police using billboards to enforce noise ordinance

ELKHART, Ind.—The Elkhart Police Department is using billboards to educate about and enforce a noise ordinance that was established in 1994.

Seven billboards will soon be up around town with the noise awareness message, which includes the line “fines up to $2,500.”

The first billboard went up on September 4.

The noise ordinance is available in its entirety on the city’s website.

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Swick 22 days ago
Person on Bower St, whose bass I can feel in my chair a block away — I hope you’re reading this, and I hope you get nailed by it. I’m tired of morons who fully believe that the rest of us should be compelled to put up with their crappy taste in music, even as we try to relax in our own homes.
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