The Bradenton City Council earlier this month conducted a hands on work shop to test decibel levels in determining a reasonable level to encourage businesses investing in Bradenton’s nightlife. The council determined 75 decibels was not unreasonable and increased it to 80 ahead of two public hearings in March.
The Bradenton City Council earlier this month conducted a hands on work shop to test decibel levels in determining a reasonable level to encourage businesses investing in Bradenton’s nightlife. The council determined 75 decibels was not unreasonable and increased it to 80 ahead of two public hearings in March. Mark Young Bradenton Herald file photo
The Bradenton City Council earlier this month conducted a hands on work shop to test decibel levels in determining a reasonable level to encourage businesses investing in Bradenton’s nightlife. The council determined 75 decibels was not unreasonable and increased it to 80 ahead of two public hearings in March. Mark Young Bradenton Herald file photo

Bradenton to entertainment businesses: Turn up the music

February 15, 2017 01:21 PM

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