Sound Expert Discusses Outdoor Dining Noise At Public Hearing

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The third installment of a public hearing on whether to allow outdoor dining at Bishops Corner went past midnight on Monday, with commissioners spending more than an hour questioning a sound engineer hired by neighbors who are opposed to the proposal.

EDENS, the owner of the plaza that contains Marshall’s and Walmart Neighborhood Market, requested 35 seats outside of Noodles and Company and 60 seats outside of Blue Plate Kitchen, which is expected to open in the fall. The commission eventually approved the proposal with several conditions.

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