Palmetto city attorney Mark Barnebey was given direction from the city commission to declline Manatee County's offer to piggy-back on its new noise ordinance up for vote next month. City officials were not comfortable with the enforcement measures in the county's proposed ordinance and did not feel county definitions were in line with city definitions regarding zoning districts. GRANT JEFFERIES/Bradenton Herald file photo
Palmetto city attorney Mark Barnebey was given direction from the city commission to declline Manatee County's offer to piggy-back on its new noise ordinance up for vote next month. City officials were not comfortable with the enforcement measures in the county's proposed ordinance and did not feel county definitions were in line with city definitions regarding zoning districts. GRANT JEFFERIES/Bradenton Herald file photo
Palmetto city attorney Mark Barnebey was given direction from the city commission to declline Manatee County's offer to piggy-back on its new noise ordinance up for vote next month. City officials were not comfortable with the enforcement measures in the county's proposed ordinance and did not feel county definitions were in line with city definitions regarding zoning districts. GRANT JEFFERIES/Bradenton Herald file photo

Palmetto to look outside Manatee County for noise ordinance help

June 06, 2016 6:57 PM