I would like to know what our City and County are doing to control the ear-deafening sound of amplified music that radiates from the Fair Grounds day and night.
The downtown has sound limits, so why is the County Fair immune?
There are a lot of fun things to do at that fair so I went to their concert. The sound levels were so high my almost deaf grandpa had to cover his ears. Really? Do we need this? I don't know how the people that live nearby can stand it.
Although I live in town far away from the fair, we hear the music every night. Not a big problem for me, but can't they just turn down the music to a reasonable level? Please!