MIchael… the Manhattan City Commission has nothing to do with an ordinance that would place limits on noise in “Hooterville”. If that were the case, this Commission would simply suggest there is already too much government and you are free to move if you don’t like the noise. If we end up with a third Tea Party favorite seated in April, more ordinances will be tossed and more chaos will prevail.
Does “Hooterville” have a local noise ordinance? If so, contact RCPD… point out the ordinance to them… and ask them to enforce it. RCPD may actually enforce ordinances in “Hooterville”. In Manhattan, they are requested to not enforce fireworks ordinances, etc. since too many of the politically elite might be embarrassed to have their names in the paper. ALL ordinances should be enforced!! We seem intent on citing people with sidewalks slightly out of kilter… but allow their neighbors to toss fireworks in the street or at neighboring homes. We cite people for driving drunk, but champion drunkfests if… IF they bring bucks to Aggieville.
You also might want to investigate who the kids belong to that are responsible for all the vehicle noise in “Hooterville”. Could be, you have some local politics on the side of the offenders.
Of course… even at my age, Michael, 7:30 is a little early to ask kids to not be kids.