Councilman proposes decibal level limitations

Jul 24, 2012 Full story: Portsmouth Daily Times 6

First Ward Portsmouth City Councilman Kevin Johnson has put numbers to a proposed ordinance that would limit the noise produced by concerts at the Columbia Music Arena in downtown Portsmouth.

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new boston

Portsmouth, OH

#1 Jul 24, 2012
Why dont you Good ole Boy's (shady ass council ) Leave the guy alone? Oh thats right, You you scum aren't able to line you pockets. You are TOTALLY against any buisness you cant profit from. Ass*oles, it's bad enough that there is absolutly nothing to do in this piss poor town.
just wondering

Portsmouth, OH

#2 Jul 24, 2012
are we having secret meetings again? some people can't be intimidated or bought....not everyone wants to be in the "in group" not worth selling your soul....or losing it.....pray for Portsmouth...
escapee

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Jul 24, 2012
The PDT gang that can't spell strikes again. The unit of measurement for sound is a "decibel."
hatcher

Portsmouth, OH

#4 Jul 24, 2012
My good ole boys know what thier doing, we um they will continue to harass Scott till he pays us I mean them to shut up.
Well

Waverly, OH

#5 Jul 24, 2012
MEETING 6:00 p.m. at City Hall last night, July 23, 2012.

Terry Ockerman, who has a Three Million, Tw0-Hundred Thousand Dollars

($3,200,000.00) TAX ABATEMENT on the old remodeled Heilig-Myers Furniture

Store just two doors East of the Columbia Music Arena.

Terry Ockerman, a well-known, published tax evader has been grumbling, griping,

and complaining about Lee Scott's highly successful Columbia Music Arena that is

regularly bringing in large crowds of people (with money in their pocket to spend)

from far and near to Portsmouth' downtown business district enjoy the musical

shows at the Columbia. Ockerman, an accepted partner of the royal rogue element,

of Portsmouth was again a long-winded speaker. Ockerman was prepared for a long,

long complaint; he came to Council with a legal pad that seemed to contain a long

laundry list of items that sounded like Ockerman was despondently crying about abuses,

sufferings and discomfort he has been afflicted with that are caused by the highly

successful re-newed Columbia. As Ockereman spoke, he was not at the Wailing

Wall in the Holy City, but was standing at the speakers' stand in Portsmouth City Hall as we

listened to what sounded to many as wailing, moaning and complaining about Lee Scott's

successful Columbia Music Arena that is bringing crowds of customers to downtown, again

http://portsmouthohio.tv/
Lee Scott

Dublin, OH

#6 Jul 24, 2012
I know the rapp show upset Terry Ockeran He Hates those associated wih it. That is what really set him off this time. Does not want that element around him or his property..told me so in the past.

Does not everybody have rights? Can you say racism? How about CONSTITUTION? How about just the freedom to enjoy the persuit of happines and joy? Did blacks and whites both fight for this?

He needs to wear that grand wizzard hat publicly.

Lee

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