"To hear the same tune over and over again throughout the day ... I think it probably does intrude into a person’s efforts to have a peaceful and calm weekend."
The city of Coral Gables is trying to address “noise pollution” from ice cream trucks by considering rules that would prohibit them from playing amplified music while parked and limit the amount of time they can stay in one spot.
“People are saying, ‘why are we talking about ice cream trucks?’ Trust me, we have bigger fish to fry,” Mayor Vince Lago said. “We’re dealing with it because we have to deal with this.”
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