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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.
A proposed ban on camping on city property — drafted in response to Occupy Asheville's encampment in front of City Hall — didn't make it past Asheville City Council's Public Safety Committee. Instead the committee directed staff at its meeting this afternoon to look at a permitting process for campers.
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