FE, I moved my 100 lb. tower speakers powered by a 300 watt Monster amp right up against his wall so he can maybe appreciate the music better.I called the condo association and it seems Ken has filed a zillion complaints against me. They didn't think it merited bothering me about. Supposedly, he's got quite a rap sheet himself, though they wouldn't give me the juicy details. But I do know he's been repeatedly warned for taking the short cut through the gym with his mutt. I'm gonna ask if I can be the gym DJ. I filed my complaint against Ken on the condo website, so it's forever a part of the historical rekkid. As it turns out, no one else complained about me contrary to Ken's bulldingy. I must be getting old.
Code 222: When played in any residential neighborhood so as to produce sixty-five (65) decibels on the A-scale as read by the slow response of a sound level meter when measured at a distance of twenty-five (25) feet or at the next adjoining full property line between the hours of 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. or when played between the hours of 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. on any street, playground, school, park, or common area of any building in such a manner as to be heard by anyone other than the operator of the device. Emphasis mine. Avoid court. Do what you are doing. Knock on the person's door and talk to them like a grownup and explain that you would like to enjoy your music on occasion. It's a pain in the ass exercise, but the best method since it doesn't involve money or bureacracy. You can always use the police and court, but those methods will not be a path to living together in relative peace with each other. Just in case, write down in a notebook the comments of the police and dates and times that the neighbor has complained. Your neighbor now has a public record of your disturbance and you need records of your attempts to be reasonable.duke
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