A push for more restrictive noise rules throughout the city is making its way to Asheville City Council's Public Safety Committee this afternoon, March 26. One proposal, from a member of the Coalition of Asheville Neighborhoods, seeks changes to Asheville's rules, such as designating singing, musical instruments and "noisy parties" after 10 p.m. as potential nuisances.
Street preachers using personal amplification are a regular sight at Bele Chere, but an Occupy Asheville protester was told by an Asheville Police Department officer that city ordinance requires them to put away their megaphone. However, according to City Attorney Bob Oast, the city generally allows the use of personal amplification in public space.
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