BY DORIS TRUHLARGOVERNMENTAL REPORTER
Noise by vehicles was discussed by the Centennial Council at its Monday meeting. No ordinance was proposed as part of the discussion.
Candace Moon, District 1 councilwoman, stated that she would not want law enforcement to enforce such a law, but she also believes that there should be an attempt to educate the public of the dangers of noise. Her proposal did not gain traction, and no ordinance was proposed.
Councilman Ken Lucas, District 3, said the staff should not spend any more time on the issue, as it appeared there were only five net complaints. “To me, rap is noise,” he added.
Deputy City Manager Elisha Thomas said there had been very few noise by vehicle infractions or reports, and therefore the staff was not recommending any legislation,
Mike Sutherland, District 3 councilman, stated that the number of complaints does not justify passage of a law. Violators could live anywhere, he said, including outside of Centennial.
Kathy Turley, District 1 councilwoman, stated, “You can’t regulate morality.”
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