Keyword: Portsmouth noise ordinance
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PORTSMOUTH — The Town Council Monday voted 6-1 to renew a variance to the noise ordinance that it had granted last year to Bill’s Sales at 1960 East Main Road, and to extend the … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Town Council Monday unanimously approved a resolution for two local questions that will appear on the ballot for the Nov. 8 general election. more
PORTSMOUTH — The noise level generated by the clamorous crowd at Town Hall Monday night was at times louder than the business that dozens of residents came out to support. After being charged with violating the town’s noise ordinance … more
PORTSMOUTH — Due to a procedural issue, Bill Sales’ request for a exception to the town’s noise ordinance was withdrawn at Tuesday night’s Town Council meeting. Instead, the business will come back to the council at a later date to … more
PORTSMOUTH — A local business owner who was charged with violating the town’s noise ordinance last month will ask the Town Council Tuesday night for an exception to the law. On Sept. 15, Robert A. Lantz, owner of Bill’s Sales, 1960 … more
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