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As the City Commission wrapped up a discussion of the downtown noise ordinance Sept. 7, Mayor Shannon Snyder issued a stern warning to businesses that dared to violate the regulations. Read more about the discussion here. Watch a man on the street video of residents responding to the newest updates on Sarasota's downtown noise ordinance below:
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- The Mayor needs to check the history of Bradenton Beach. When Dick Connick was Mayor he decided that all businesses should be closed by midnight. The whole town almost went broke, and the ordinance was recinded a year or two later. It took BB years to get back the lost business and revenue.
Why does he think he has the power to regulate business hours anyway. The market place and the owner should of the business should do that.
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