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Established nightspots versus New condos

Established nightspots versus New condos.  

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  1. 1. When condos are built across the street from an existing nightlife facility, should noise complaints from new residents force the nightspot to close?

    • Yes, without question
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    • No, the residents knew what they were neighboring
      13
    • The nightspot should make changes to lessen the noise
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A good potential battle to watch is WetBar on Spring Street (with its open-air patio) versus the new Plaza Midtown across the street.

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A good potential battle to watch is WetBar on Spring Street (with its open-air patio) versus the new Plaza Midtown across the street.

We live in a city...If people want a quiet, residential neighborhood, they should live in the burbs or in a new highrise in Buckhead that has no activity after 10:00.

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The problem with Backstreet went far beyond noise. The answer to the question is that it very much depends on the situation. If Wetbar has a license for outdoor amplified music and are operating within the noise ordinance then no, they are not doing anything wrong. If how ever they are violating the noise ordinance, either by playing the music too loud or playing it outside allowed hours then yes, they shoud be cited and forced to stop. If they have been breaking the law, but there was just nobody around to complain, it doesn't make the people moving into Plaza sticks in the mud, it just makes Wetbar lucky nobody has complained until now.

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