The loud music is out control in Bren...

The loud music is out control in Brentwood

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Jose123

Flushing, NY

#1 Aug 10, 2014
This is getting ridiculous already. I cannot understand why the town of Islip allows people to play there music so loud and so late. Yes the town tells you to call the police. But we all know it's all a joke to the offenders. When the cops leave they turn it up again. I remember when I could enjoy my backyard just sit there drink coffee and talk with friends and family. But this place has become a cesspool for people to crap on there neighbors. No regards for others. I am losing many good neighbors. They are leaving to other places. It's sad to see this. But I understand. There is no other solution. I will be selling too in seven years. I have argue many times with town hall on this same issue. They don't want to listen. How could you discipline the children when you don't control the adults. My wife grew up in Brentwood. I came here after leaving the army. I fell in love with this place. So I bought a house and raised my kids here. I am still in my early fiftys. But I'm afraid that if I stay things will only get worst. My wife was threaten by a neighbors illegal renters. She only ask if they could lower the music. I was at work. I do not anything to happen to my family or property. I am thinking of petitioning the town on loud music at change,org. Then maybe they will listen. Thank and god bless
adnaloy

Switzerland

#2 Sep 10, 2014
I understand you so well, I grew up in Brentwood, left and bought my childhood house
15 years ago, love it there but the last five years have been brutal with the noise, it
has become so bad that we cannot have outside BBQ'S anymore, we have one
on the block and a few on the surrounding blocks, we have a house of worship on Suffolk
Avenue that thinks it's ok to praise God on a maximum volume, I have neighbors on our
block for 50 + years they are sick & tired too of the lawlessness renting brings!
I have found that most of them are illegals and yes the police does nothing..
Brentwood was a wonderful town of diversity back in the day!
Yes of course things happened, but not in the way that it's happening today!
Many folks on our block have contacted Phil Ramos the Assemblyman and had
a meeting with him voicing our concerns and distaste.
It seems that most of these people have no respect for the working class
I mean no one is saying you cannot have a better life, but you can start by
respecting others and playing by the rules like most of us hard working people do.
I pay my taxes get up early to work to pay my way through my life and take care of my family
this is an Albatross of lawlessness that I hope gets under control...
I suggest you call Mr Ramos as well and voice your concerns as well, if we don't do it
these people will continue to prey on us and laugh, it will take time but we can make
a difference, and perhaps get change so the hard working folks can at least enjoy their
yards on weekends.
Have a great day! & May God Bless us all!!!
Squafdonoboles

Islip Terrace, NY

#3 Oct 29, 2014
Jose123 wrote:
This is getting ridiculous already. I cannot understand why the town of Islip allows people to play there music so loud and so late. Yes the town tells you to call the police. But we all know it's all a joke to the offenders. When the cops leave they turn it up again. I remember when I could enjoy my backyard just sit there drink coffee and talk with friends and family. But this place has become a cesspool for people to crap on there neighbors. No regards for others. I am losing many good neighbors. They are leaving to other places. It's sad to see this. But I understand. There is no other solution. I will be selling too in seven years. I have argue many times with town hall on this same issue. They don't want to listen. How could you discipline the children when you don't control the adults. My wife grew up in Brentwood. I came here after leaving the army. I fell in love with this place. So I bought a house and raised my kids here. I am still in my early fiftys. But I'm afraid that if I stay things will only get worst. My wife was threaten by a neighbors illegal renters. She only ask if they could lower the music. I was at work. I do not anything to happen to my family or property. I am thinking of petitioning the town on loud music at change,org. Then maybe they will listen. Thank and god bless
And people thought it was loud when we played the Beatles way back when.
Site Investigations

Babylon, NY

#4 Oct 31, 2014
Squafdonoboles wrote:
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And people thought it was loud when we played the Beatles way back when.
we did play the Beatles loud. I used to have a set of quadrophonic speakers in my van. Played the music so loud my ears are still ringing from 1975.
The problem with today loud music is the base is so high it vibrates the organs of the body. It's like a non lethal crowd control device.
Josel1

Flushing, NY

#5 Oct 31, 2014
It's ok to like your flavor of music. But don't shove it down everybody's throat. People here in Brentwood need to keep their music to themselves and their preaching. Officials here in Long Island are funny. They tell a church to turned down their church bells. But allow loud music until 4:00 am and Sunday morning prayer that are so loud that you can hear them three block away. I rather listen to church bell.
Sur 13 Beat

Babylon, NY

#6 Nov 1, 2014
Josel1 wrote:
It's ok to like your flavor of music. But don't shove it down everybody's throat. People here in Brentwood need to keep their music to themselves and their preaching. Officials here in Long Island are funny. They tell a church to turned down their church bells. But allow loud music until 4:00 am and Sunday morning prayer that are so loud that you can hear them three block away. I rather listen to church bell.
Well put.
I stand with Josel1.
Squafdonoboles

Bay Shore, NY

#7 Nov 2, 2014
Site Investigations wrote:
<quoted text> we did play the Beatles loud. I used to have a set of quadrophonic speakers in my van. Played the music so loud my ears are still ringing from 1975.
The problem with today loud music is the base is so high it vibrates the organs of the body. It's like a non lethal crowd control device.
By "back when" i was referring to 1964 LOL. There was no quad at that time. We listened to our music on transistor radios yet people called it "noise". If those people were around today.
Steve Levy

New Port Richey, FL

#8 Dec 10, 2017
Talking to Phil Ramos is like talking to Helen Keller
Herman enriquez

Brooklyn, NY

#9 Dec 10, 2017
Jose123 wrote:
This is getting ridiculous already. I cannot understand why the town of Islip allows people to play there music so loud and so late. Yes the town tells you to call the police. But we all know it's all a joke to the offenders. When the cops leave they turn it up again. I remember when I could enjoy my backyard just sit there drink coffee and talk with friends and family. But this place has become a cesspool for people to crap on there neighbors. No regards for others. I am losing many good neighbors. They are leaving to other places. It's sad to see this. But I understand. There is no other solution. I will be selling too in seven years. I have argue many times with town hall on this same issue. They don't want to listen. How could you discipline the children when you don't control the adults. My wife grew up in Brentwood. I came here after leaving the army. I fell in love with this place. So I bought a house and raised my kids here. I am still in my early fiftys. But I'm afraid that if I stay things will only get worst. My wife was threaten by a neighbors illegal renters. She only ask if they could lower the music. I was at work. I do not anything to happen to my family or property. I am thinking of petitioning the town on loud music at change,org. Then maybe they will listen. Thank and god bless
Jose my friend. The police arrive, it gets quiet until they leave. Then the animals turn it back up, so it is nearly impossible to keep it quiet. Down in Mexico thats how it is every night and they are bringing tradition here to brentwood. Islip should rename brentwood, El Nueva Juarez.
Herman enriquez

Brooklyn, NY

#10 Dec 10, 2017
Josel1 wrote:
It's ok to like your flavor of music. But don't shove it down everybody's throat. People here in Brentwood need to keep their music to themselves and their preaching. Officials here in Long Island are funny. They tell a church to turned down their church bells. But allow loud music until 4:00 am and Sunday morning prayer that are so loud that you can hear them three block away. I rather listen to church bell.
At 4 am i hear this rap music every lyric talking about who their f*cking or having sexy time with. My young kids can hear it
Delonte

Bronx, NY

#11 Dec 11, 2017
Herman enriquez wrote:
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At 4 am i hear this rap music every lyric talking about who their f*cking or having sexy time with. My young kids can hear it
Smh I live in Brentwood too and I pay my taxes just like you bruh. I play my music at night and Iím keep on playing it all I want. I gotta listen to your loser kids You gotta listen to my music. Too bad
Drizzy

United States

#12 Dec 22, 2017
Delonte wrote:
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Smh I live in Brentwood too and I pay my taxes just like you bruh. I play my music at night and Iím keep on playing it all I want. I gotta listen to your loser kids You gotta listen to my music. Too bad
Ghetto azz bwood savages..
Puffnstuff

State College, PA

#13 Apr 22, 2018
Brentwood has turned into a shit hole. MS13 has it by the throat to kill the last remaining good quality. Shame.
Song

Rockford, IL

#14 Apr 25, 2018
Whatís good for some might be complete torture for someone else. Music is by definition is an expression of emotion. If you want to understand someone or know them at all you will listen to their playlist. A million complex emotions reside there. Everyone is unquestionably unique for their love of music. To me my music has always been very hard to share with others. Music can be extremely personal and shows to much of who I am. I have in the past shared my music with the world. For me thatís a very hard thing to do. If I could only choose one thing from life to love it would be music.
Brentwoodpride

Freehold, NJ

#15 Wednesday Oct 24
Phil Ramos is useless.
Phil

Chicago, IL

#16 Sunday Oct 28
Brentwoodpride wrote:
Phil Ramos is useless.
Your wife didn't think so last night!
Josel123

Brentwood, NY

#17 Sunday Oct 28
I was able to contact the governorís office on this issue. The governors office replied that they would look into it. I guess someone is listening. One of my neighbors who doesnít care about his music being loud received a 500 dollar fine. Then a few days later they thought that this was one time deal and decided to Do it again. So I called the cops again. They told them if we have to come back thatís another 500 dollars. I spoke with the officers. This happened last year. This year was a nice quiet summer. I guess they got the message . Lol

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