'I live on Hamilton and the noise drives me BATTY!!' - Resident on Hamilton St
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"It is the public policy of the City that every person is entitled to ambient noise levels that are not detrimental to life, health, and enjoyment of his or her property." - City of Binghamton Noise Control Ordinance
"Prohibited Acts: any excessive or unusually loud sound which either annoys, disturbs, injures or endangers the comfort, repose, health, peace or safety of a reasonable person of normal sensibilities." -City of Binghamton Noise Control Ordinance Chapter 292 Section 5B (11)
The City of Binghamton Noise Control Ordinance is enforced by two organizations: The Binghamton Police Department and the Code Enforcement Department. Additionally, the Mayor of Binghamton has special powers to resolve noise complaints. We urge you to first sign our petition, and then contact the following individuals and ask them to enforce the Noise Control Ordinance.
Call (607) 723-5321
Dave Chadwick, Director of Building & Construction and Code Enforcment is responsible for Bates Troy complaints. His email address is email@example.com or you can call him at 772-7004.
Call (607) 772-7001 or email Mayor Ryan directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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